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Berkman Center's 2006 Law Blog Conference Papers (Finally) Published

The papers from the Berkman Center for Internet & Society's symposium on Bloggership:  How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship, held on April 28, 2006 at Harvard Law School, have been published. See, 84 Wash. U. L. Rev. 1025-1261 (2006). The symposium was organized by Cincinnati law prof and TaxProf Blog editor Paul Caron who observes, "it is, of course, ironic that a symposium on how blogs are transforming legal scholarship is finally published over 18 months after the event and after the papers were first posted online [on SSRN]." Details on TaxProf Blog.

The Bekman Center conference was one of the first of its kind. Paul Caron, who also co-founded the 50-plus blog Law Professor Blogs Network, reflects on the contribution of law prof blogging to legal scholarship in a recent Lexblog interview. [JH]

November 20, 2007 in Law Professor Blogging | Permalink


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