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Hudson v. Michigan Blog Update

A month ago I wrote a post entitled Where is the Hudson v. Michigan Blog – A Suggestion for Law Students. Here are some subsequent developments, which demonstrate three benefits of blogging: further blogospheric conversations, helpful comments from readers, and interaction with those involved in the actual case:


1. Several blogs discussed my idea further, including: 


2. One commenter to the original post added this thread from SCOTUSBlog to my two examples of blogs discussing Hudson v. Michigan.


3. David A. Moran, an attorney who argued the case of Hudson v. Michigan before the Supreme Court, commented to my post. He pointed out that he had written an article on Hudson for the Cato Supreme Court Review, which is an overview of the previous Supreme Court term that comes out once a year. The article is entitled “The End of the Exclusionary Rule, Among Other Things: The Roberts Court Takes on the Fourth Amendment.” Mr. Moran was kind enough to send me a preliminary version of his article, and I highly recommend it. The 2006 Review can be purchased here.

October 27, 2006 in Law Student Blogs | Permalink


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Mr. Best,

It has been a week and a half since your last post. Where are you?


Posted by: Kardon Harmon | Nov 6, 2006 9:42:32 PM

Hi kh,
I've started a new job, and have thus been preoccupied. (See 3 posts down.) I will probably be wrapping up 3LE shortly. Thanks for visiting, and for asking.
- Ian

Posted by: 3L Epiphany | Nov 7, 2006 11:27:28 AM

Instead of "wrapping up" 3L Epiphany, you should consider passing it on to a deserving law student. (And no, I'm not a law student).

Posted by: T | Nov 25, 2006 8:04:47 PM

Hi T,
Thanks for the suggestion. I'm in the process of doing just that (passing it on, although not to a law student). I will be making an announcement shortly.
- Ian

Posted by: 3L Epiphany | Dec 4, 2006 9:54:55 PM

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