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AccessToLaw – legal resources selected and annotated by Inner Temple Library.
Legal Resources in UK and Ireland – maintained by Delia Venables, an IT consultant.
Infolaw – UK legal web gateway developed and maintained by Nick Holmes.
Lawlinks – maintained by the Library of the University of Kent to help students and others find their way around legal internet resources.
LawBore – City Law School’s legal portal, developed by Law Librarian Emily Allbon.
The Barrister – independent magazine aimed at practising barristers and published quarterly.
Counsel Magazine – monthly journal of the Bar of England and Wales. A subscription is needed to access the full text.
Charon QC – legal commentary, podcasts and humour.
Corporate Law and Governance – blog by law lecturer Robert Goddard, intended primarily to support corporate law and governance teaching.
Family Lore – blog by family lawyer John Bolch.
Free Movement – new developments and updates in immigration law.
Garrulous Law – blog by an Inner Temple student member.
Head of Legal – blog of former government lawyer Carl Gardner.
ICLR Blog – blog of the Incorporated Council of Law Reporting for England and Wales.
Insitelaw newswire – online magazine of daily news and law blog updates.
The IPKat – covers copyright, patent, trade mark, IT and privacy/confidentiality issues.
LawBore Future Lawyer – careers-focused blog from City Law School.
Legal Aid Handbook – blog to support and supplement the LAG Legal Aid Handbook.
Naked Law – legal and regulatory developments relating to information and communication technology, e-commerce and privacy. Written by technology lawyers at Mills & Reeve.
Nearly Legal – housing law, news and comment, by barristers and solicitors specialising in this area.
The Magistrate’s Blog – blog of an anonymous English magistrate.
Pink Tape – family law barrister’s blog.
Pupillage and how to get it – by barrister Simon Myerson.
UK Human Rights Blog – written by members of 1 Crown Office Row barristers’ chambers.
UKSC Blog – blog dedicated to the UK Supreme Court.