Bloggership 2006: Law Blogs as Legal Scholarship

August 14th, 2006

Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship

April 28, 2006

Welcome: John Palfrey
(Executive Director, The Berkman Center for Internet & Society)

Introduction: Paul Caron
(Cincinnati; Publisher & Editor-in-Chief, Law Professor Blogs Network)

Law Blogs as Legal Scholarship

Papers

Doug Berman (Ohio State; Sentencing Law and Policy): Scholarship in Action: The Power, Possibilities, and Pitfalls for Law Professor Blogs

Larry Solum (Illinois; Legal Theory Blog): Blogging and the Transformation of Legal Scholarship

Kate Litvak (Texas): Blog as a Bugged Water Cooler

Commentators

Paul Butler (George Washington; BlackProf)

Jim Lindgren (Northwestern; The Volokh Conspiracy)

Ellen Podgor (Stetson; White Collar Crime Prof Blog)

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. cearta.ie » Blog Ar&hellip  |  January 19th, 2007 at 9:52 am

    […] Last April, the Berkman Centre for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School hosted a Symposium on Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship. The event was podcast at the time; and the papers were made available on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN). Now comes the news that the symposium will be published on dead trees by the Washington University Law Review. Paul Caron, of Law Professor Blogs fame, who organised the symposium, has just posted an update of his introductory paper from the symposium on SSRN to appear to appear in vol 84 of the Washington University Law Review early next year. Thanks for all of that, Paul. It provides me with just the kind of justification I need to keep going with this blog. As I say in the title, I knew this was a good idea. […]

  • 2. From the archives: 2006 B&hellip  |  September 22nd, 2007 at 6:20 pm

    […] Session One: Law Blogs as Legal Scholarship (2:07:00) Speaker(s): John Palfrey, Paul Caron, Doug Berman, Larry Solum, Paul Butler, Jim Lindgren, Ellen Podgor Presentation Type(s): audio (.mp3) Papers: Doug Berman: Scholarship in Action: The Power, Possibilities, and Pitfalls for Law Professor Blogs Larry Solum: Blogging and the Transformation of Legal Scholarship Kate Litvak (Texas): Blog as a Bugged Water Cooler […]

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