Bloggership 2006: The Role of the Law Professor Blogger

August 14th, 2006

Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship

The Role of the Law Professor Blogger

April 28, 2006

(Cincinnati; Publisher & Editor-in-Chief, Law Professor Blogs Network)
Papers

Gail Heriot (San Diego; The Right Coast): Are Modern Bloggers Following in the Footsteps of Publius? (And Other Musings on Blogging by Legal Scholars…)

Orin Kerr (George Washington; The Volokh Conspiracy): Blogs and the Legal Academy

Gordon Smith (Wisconsin; Conglomerate): Bit By Bit: A Case Study of Bloggership

Commentators

Randy Barnett (Boston University; The Volokh Conspiracy)

Michael Froomkin (Miami; Discourse.net)

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  • 1. From the archives: 2006 B&hellip  |  September 20th, 2007 at 11:11 pm

    […] Session Two: The Role of the Law Professor Blogger Speaker(s): Paul Caron, Gail Heriot, Orin Kerr, Gordon Smith, Randy Barnett, Michael Froomkin Presentation Type(s): audio (mp3) […]

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