Slaw is a co-operative weblog about Canadian legal research and the impact of technology on it. Our audience includes practicing lawyers, legal librarians, legal academics and students - anyone, in short, who uses IT in researching the law. The aim is to share information, offer advice and instruction, and occasionally provoke.
Slaw was founded by Simon Fodden, Professor Emeritus of Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, and already prominent in the blogging sphere with Xanada. Slaw operates with a core of regular contributors and a quickly expanding group of occasional contributors.
Things are just getting started, so keep checking back. The dialogue among the members of this group has a ton of promise, and should be fascinating. Keep an eye on us Canadians Eh! :-)