Sunday, September 28, 2003
Rainer Langenhan emails:
In 2002, the Saarland University Law School achieved a remarkable 7th rank in a competition of all international law schools worldwide (!). Now it's launched its own blawg named LAWgical. Most, but not all topics posted in LAWgical are related to the law of new media.
LAWgical has been online since September 19, 2003. A team of five editors is going to publish articles on a regular basis. The team members' names can be found at the bottom of the left navigation bar.
Margaret Marks noted LAWgical's debut too. (See her comments to that post for thoughts on how the English terms "law," and certainly "blawg," understandably require some further explanation in Germany.)
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