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Roundtable Weighs In on Legal Blogs

The National Law Journal and the Association of American Law Schools co-sponsored a roundtable discussion, titled "Blogging, Scholarship and the Bench and Bar" on Sept. 17 at Santa Clara University School of Law. The co-moderators were AALS President Nancy Rogers and NLJ staff reporter Leigh Jones. Panelists were Paul Butler, Cindy Cohn, Eric Goldman, Judge Michael Daly Hawkins and Lawrence Solum. Check out the excerpts from the discussion on Law.com. [JH]

October 12, 2007 in Law Professor Blogging | Permalink


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