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Law blogs posts can spur a full length article. Listed below are selected group blogs of general legal interest.
A good way to come up with a paper topic is to look for points of law on which courts from different jurisdictions disagree, i.e., circuit splits.
New and proposed laws are also ripe for analysis. Listed below are resources for keeping track of the latest federal developments in the three branches of government: judicial, executive, and legislative. (For more tools for tracking legislation, see the library's federal legislative history guide.)
Places to track state-level legal developments in Texas that could be fleshed out more fully in a law review note or seminar paper.