Law professors at Georgetown Law Center actively participate in online discussions of the law, justice and legal scholarship. Important content of appear online in legal blogs, dispersed across the Internet. Responding to an interest in discovering and promoting the breadth and depth of faculty online contributions, the Georgetown Law Library established a resource to automatically aggregate blog posts by Georgetown Law faculty members from a variety of sources. The faculty blog aggregator is a self-updating collection of posts that currently come from 14 Law Center faculty contributors across 14 blog sites.
On the site, you can subscribe to the RSS feed to track future contributions, and you can explore the profiles of faculty bloggers and the sources where they participate in online legal debates and discussions.
Here's a list of the faculty contributors and the sources included in the current automated feed:
Georgetown Law faculty are also active in more traditional areas of scholarship, publishing materials across many subject areas. For a few years, the Law Library has provided free access to scholarly publications through our online institutional repository, the Scholarly Commons. In an effort to expand the way people learn about new additions to this collection, the Law Library created the ?Georgetown Law Scholar Feed? on Twitter. With this, each publication added to the collection appears as a separate post on Twitter, showing the author?s name, title and a link to the online content.