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Five Perry v. Schwarzenneger Resources to Follow

Although I'll be covering the Perry v. Schwarzenneger trial here, check out these other great resources for commentary and trial recaps:

Proposition 8 and the Right to Marry. A law librarian with over 20 years experience, Michael Ginsborg has blogged on the topic since 2008 and always links to the best posts and news around the internet concerning gay marriage rights and California's Proposition 8.

Law Dork. Chris Geidner's insights on LGBT legal developments are always spot on. He helpfully provides links to trial transcripts and court orders as well.

Prop 8 Trial Tracker. A project by the Courage Campaign, a California marriage equality group, this blog is run by by longtime bloggers Robert Cruickshank and Julia Rosen. Check out their recent post that goes over the names and players in the trial.

Pam's House Blend. You're already here! While definitely a political site, multiple contributors and readers insure that breaking news is always reported here very quickly. If you want to be the first to read about recent developments, this is the place to go. In fact, they've just added a few things to their blog to make finding breaking news about the trial even easier.

Wall Street Journal Law Blog. If you're looking for in depth legal analysis of the trial, you can't beat the WSJ Law Blog. Don't expect a post on the trial more often than once a day, but do expect for it to be engaging and to come with insightful comments by readers.

[Cross-posted at the Gay Couples Law Blog, which discusses same sex family law, estate planning, and taxes.]

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