The revelation of the identity of the informant Deep Throat inspired this month's collection of Watergate Resources.
- Read the Vanity Fair article
- Visit the Washington Post's Revisiting Watergate materials
- Browse the Woodward & Bernstein Watergate Papers
- Listen to the Watergate tapes and read the transcripts
- The Watergate Files provides "files" containing relevant information about the people and documents involved in the Watergate scandal. Film clips and timelines are also provided.
A "Blog" is a web log, a journal available on the web typically updated on a daily basis and containing links to other web sites. Increasingly, law professors are using blogs to track recent developments in a particular substantive area. Students, academics and legal practitioners are finding blogs a useful learning resource. Moritz law librarians are tracking this new trend.
PrawfsBlawg has taken a census of blogs by law professors. The 103 blogs are organized by law school and only San Diego has more blogs than Ohio State (we're tied with University of Cincinnati, George Mason, and UCLA).
The Law Professor Blogs network (sponsored by Lexis) features two blogs by Moritz faculty, the Sentencing Law & Policy Blog by Prof. Berman and the new Business Law Prof Blog by Prof. Oesterle. Other blogs include: the Law School Academic Support Blog, Wills, Trusts and Estates Prof Blog and many more. See the full list.