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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

About this Blog - Law blogs going behind paywalls, law blogs sold, and for sale

Both The Volokh Conspiracy and The Blog of Legal Times are going behind paywalls. Here is the Legal Times announcement. Here is The Volokh Conspiracy announcement. Additionally, readers may remember that a few month's ago we learned from Tom Goldstein, the SCOTUSblog founder, that the blog was for sale.

Howard Bashman of How Appealing points out, however, that "WSJ.com's Law Blog recently decided to make itself much more accessible by entirely dropping its paywall," and also assures us that "the How Appealing blog's agreement with law.com ensures that this blog will remain freely accessible to all who have internet access.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on January 21, 2014 03:53 PM
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