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Steven Davidoff: From Law Professor Blogs Network to New York Times

One of the joys of creating and developing the Law Professor Blogs Network with Paul Caron (Cincinnati) is providing younger law profs with a vehicle to promote their "scholarship in action." Here's an example of what can happen.

Steven M. Davidoff (Wayne State), who launched M&A Law Prof Blog as part of our Network in April 2007, has accepted a blogging gig with the New York Times DealBook as the Deal Professor.  The New York Times offered Steven the DealBook gig after following his blogging on M&A Law Prof Blog. Read more about it: Steven's farewell post on M&A Law Prof Blog.

About this development Paul Caron writes (and I wholeheartedly agree):" [W]e feel like proud parents, sad that he is leaving the network nest but proud of the wonderful opportunity he has to attract a wider audience at the NY Times."

Congratulations and good luck, Steven. [JH]

January 14, 2008 in Law Professor Blogging | Permalink


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