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Here are some law related websites and resources.

Tax blogs & websites

IRS Tumblr: That’s right, the IRS is on Tumblr. (Mostly consumer-driven tax law information)

JD Supra Tax Blog: A feed of tax articles from various law firms with a large international focus.

Kelly Phillips Erb (Forbes): Formerly known as Tax Girl, Kelly Phillips Erb provides smart, practical tax advice for Forbes Magazine.

Procedurally Taxing: A blog dedicated to tax litigation and procedure.

SALT Shaker: Eversheds Sutherland’s State and Local Tax blog.

Tax Analysts: A blog covering tax law and policy.

Tax Controversy 360: McDermott’s Real-Time Tax Disputes Insights.

TaxProf Blog: One of the top tax blogs in the U.S. – written by Paul L. Caron of Pepperdine University School of Law.

Tax Vox: The voices of Tax Policy Center’s researchers and staff.

General Law Blogs

Above The Law: The latest legal news and gossip.

Excess of Democracy: A blog by Pepperdine law professor Derek T. Muller.

Georgetown Law Professors: RSS feed of posts from GULC faculty from across the web.

Law Profs Network: Blogs written by professors across the country.

Popehat: An alternative take on today’s legal and political news.

SCOTUS Blog: The latest updates at the Supreme Court.

The Volokh Conspiracy: A long running legal group blog, now at Reason.

Find an attorney

American Bar Association: The official licensing organization for lawyers in the U.S.

Avvo: A free attorney directory.

FindLaw*: A free legal resource and attorney directory.

SuperLawyers*: A peer-reviewed selection of some of the country’s top attorneys.

* One of my former employers.

Note: always use caution when researching tax issues online. When in doubt, seek the advice of a licensed tax attorney or accountant.