Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Slaw wins award

The Canadian blawg Slaw has won a well-deserved Lawford award for Excellence in Legal Publishing from the Canadian Association of Law Libraries.  Slaw has nothing whatsoever to do with cabbage or coleslaw; it's  a Canadian co-operative weblog about any and all things legal.  But you don't have to be Canadian to find Slaw useful - the excellent writing and reporting cover many topics of interest to practicing lawyers, legal librarians, legal academics and students, wherever they may be.  One of today's posts, for example, takes a close look at social networks' Terms of Service agreements (TOS) and discusses how TOS are impacting the very rights and freedoms we as individuals enjoy while interacting and communicating in the Internet environment.

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