The Cornell Law Library – InSITE has the following annotation about the LawPundit blog:
“Contents: LawPundit is an English-language legal blog produced by Andis Kaulins, of the University of Trier, Germany. Kaulins’ posts are weekly, if not daily, but usually contain meaty commentary and voluminous links. The posts offer accommodations for reader feedback, although most posts don’t seem to be generating the kind of controversy and/or buzz that other legal blogs are known for. This is unfortunate, as the LawPundit does a lot of original research on topics of great interest to legal researchers, especially legal research educators and librarians. Perhaps legal researchers and librarians are not particularly quarrelsome, but everyone would benefit from visiting and participating with this refreshing if under-rated blog. Posts on sports, music and U.S. politics somewhat outnumber those on purely legal topics, but the blog remains a source of entertaining and worthwhile commentary on legal issues, and a source of links to other legal research resources online.
Author of Annotation: B. Kreisler/J. Cusker“
Take a look at the Cornell Law Library InSITE.