Like lots of lawyers, Edward Still of Birmingham, Ala., put up a Web site to promote his law practice. But this one appears to be unique — it may be the only one devoted to the topic of voting law. Called, the site covers elections, voting rights, campaign finance and other topics. Sections for voters, candidates and political groups contain information targeted to those audiences. In looking through Still’s site, I discovered that he also has a blog of his own: Votelaw — Law and Politics. I am not aware of another legal site devoted to voting law, and a quick check of FindLaw and Google seemed to confirm this.

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