Welcome, New Readers
I'd like to welcome new readers to 3L Epiphany. If you are looking for the Taxonomy of Legal Blogs, please go here.
3L Epiphany is most likely the first law student blog in the country to receive academic credit. My Independent Study project was recently profiled in the Moritz e-Record here.
The Moritz e-Record article mentions an electronic footnote, “Footnote 123.” My student case note in the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution utilizes its final footnote as an online extension for the sake of perpetual updates. I have now posted my entire case note, a Recent Development on the case of Campbell v. General Dynamics Gov’t Sys. Corp, 407 F.3d 546 (1st Cir. 2005), at Footnote 123, before its print publication. Paradoxically, the last footnote in my Recent Development directs readers to Footnote 123. The Campbell case concerns whether a hyperlink on a mass email sent by a company to its employees provided sufficient notice of a mandatory arbitration agreement. The current content of my electronic footnote will soon be changed to include only the actual updates to the Campbell case, while the less formal explanation will be moved elsewhere on my blog.
Several days ago I received my first unsolicited offer for a job interview because of my work on 3L Epiphany. I would like to thank Bob Coffield of Health Care Law Blog for the offer. If there are other potential employers reading this, my resume is here, and my writing samples are here.
Many thanks to Howard Bashman for the link from How Appealing. I previously posted notes from a speech given by Mr. Bashman here at Ohio State. I recommend them to anyone interested in appellate law and/or legal blogging. The link is here.
I have posted below, for those who are interested: