I feel a little like a broken record, talking about new law-related weblogs almost every day. Nevertheless, I must:

First, an update on Weblogs at Harvard; there’s an About page posted, stating that the purpose of the site is to encourage the creation of weblogs among those in the Harvard universe, from students, to faculty, to alumni. Should be an interesting experiment.

Sua Sponte pointed me to a new community law student blog, OpenandNotorious.com, or “what no one ever told you about law school.” I like this idea — multiple law students carrying on a dialogue about their trials and tribulations in the same place.

Also very new to the blawg scene is SohoAttorney, a site for SOHO (small office-home office) attorneys presented by D.C. tech lawyerJonathan Bender.