Try 'Legalry' for One-Stop Legal News Shopping
I know this might be hard to believe, but there are some people out there whose thirst for legal knowledge is not completely slaked by the hard-hitting investigative journalism we crank out here at LBW. Of course, there are quite a few listings of legal websites and blogs out there, and we're all capable of cruising around them and setting up an RSS feed.
But why? Someone's already done it for you. Vu Nguyen, now (presumably) a second-year law student at the Oklahoma City University School of Law has created Legalry, a legal news aggregator that pulls stories and posts from over 650 sources (including Legal Blog Watch), organizes them, and provides a hover-over summary to help you decide if it's worth clicking through.
Nguyen's site has, it seems, been around since sometime last year, though I only recently discovered it, and it doesn't seem to have gotten a lot of buzz. I think it deserves some, and as someone with the power to generate a buzz factor approximately the equivalent of that induced by a can and a half of MGD 64, I hereby bestow it on Nguyen and Legalry.
If you want to read about Nguyen's motivations, check out Legalry's "about" page. And if you're wondering what's going on in the wide world of law, hop over to the home page a couple times a day.
Welcome to the big time, Legalry.
Posted by Eric Lipman on August 23, 2010 at 11:21 AM | Permalink
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