Legal research can be challenging, even for experienced attorneys; however, there are many resources available to assist both attorneys and non-attorneys with their legal research needs. The Legal Research in the Blogosphere series will share blog posts and online sites that legal researchers may find useful.
Copyright issues have always been topics of debate. With the constantly changing ways in which we create, share, access, obtain and save information and resources, copyright issues will likely remain a hot topic debate for years to come. If you want to learn more, check out these blogs about copyright issues and hot topics in copyright law.
- In Custodia Legis, “in the custody of the law”, is the blog for the Law Library of Congress and includes a wide variety of blog posts related to copyright issues.
- LLAM, the Law Library Association of Maryland published a series of posts on copyright issues.
- The Copyright Librarian is a blog maintained by the Copyright Program Librarian at the University of Minnesota Libraries.
- The ABA Journal’s Blawg Directory allows you to search for blogs by topic, including Copyright Law. Check out the list of 100+ blogs related to copyright law here.
Also, check out our earlier posts about copyright.gov and copyright law resources available in the Law Library!