The Words We Use to Talk About Law


Using the free online web tool Wordle.net, I generated word clouds from two very different Canadian legal-themed blogs (one similarity: they are both excellent).  It makes me think about the words I use most frequently to share my perspective on legal issues and the law.

What are yours?

Various Legal Words from Slaw dot CA

^inspired by http://slaw.ca (generated using http://wordle.net)

Word cloud of terms from the court dot ca

^inspired by http://thecourt.ca (image generated using http://wordle.net)

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