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Do Female Law Profs Blog?

Bennett Capers (Hofsta) asked the question on PrawfsBlawg recently. For the 53 blogs published by the Law Professor Blogs Network, 30% (30/100) of the editors are female law professors. If we added female law school administrators editing blogs for the Network, the figure would increase to 34% (34/100) and this demographic does not include law professors, academic law librarians and law school administrators who blog occassionally on Network blogs. See also Capers' follow-up post: Is Blogging Just Another Boys' Club? [JH]

July 22, 2008 in Law Professor Blogging | Permalink


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