Thanks to EU Law Weblog for listing ComparativeLawBlog in his (her?) sidebar. A good opportunity to inform you that this blog has moved to a new address and is now called The EU Law Blog. Well worth checking regularly, most recently for a discussion of the Commission v Council judgment of September 13th (on which some more later). Thanks also to Transblawg, a weblog dedicated to issues of legal translation, for their listing. Transblawg can be found here. Finally, the comparative law website of the Instituto Politecnico de Beja (Portugal) has listed ComparativeLawBlog among their internet resources; thanks for that!
Some time ago, professor Kenneth Anderson very kindly posted a comment on a notification of his paper on the use of foreign sources by the US Supreme Court. He recommended an article by Roger P. Alford, "In Search of a Theory for Constitutional Comparativism," in 52 UCLA Law Review 639 (February 2005). More information on this and related topics can be found on his weblog Law of Nations. I'll add a link to the sidebar.