Thursday, November 20, 2008

Federal Evidence

I got an email announcement from the folks at the site. It seems to have a lot of good, free content (as well as an option for subscribing to a pricey newsletter). Here's the announcement (edited lightly):

The site provides a forum for evidence issues, offering many complimentary evidence features and tools for visitors. Some of the features include:The new attorney-client privilege rule, FRE 502, which was recently signed into law, has been a recent topic on the Federal Evidence Blog here and here.

We have learned that law professors are using the Federal Evidence Blog to discuss and share recent topical cases and issues with their law students. Other blog sites are adding the Federal Evidence Blog to their list of other sites. If you or others are also interested in contributing evidence articles, details are available here.

The separate Federal Evidence Review is a monthly electronic legal journal that highlights recent federal evidence cases and developments for subscribers. Special recurring features include: Lead Story, Practice Tip, Supreme Court Watch, Circuit Splits, Developing Circuit Consensus, Open Issue Pending, Open Issues Resolved, Proposed Amendments to the FRE, and more. An index highlights the range of topics covered. Subscription information is available here.

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