Friday, April 21, 2006

Blogging about blogging about scholarship about blogging and scholarship

Alright, so I'm mostly linking to this so I can use the title above, slightly revised from a Sentencing Law and Policy post today with the following lede:

Marking a true high-tech Seinfeldian moment, this post is to note that all the scholarship being developed for this exciting conference at Harvard Law School on blogs and legal scholarship — entitled "Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship" — can now be accessed at this special SSRN page.

Very meta.

And the papers look pretty interesting too:
Are Modern Bloggers Following in the Footsteps of Publius? (And Other Musings on Blogging by Legal Scholars...), by Gail L. Heriot, University of San Diego - School of Law

Bit by Bit: A Case Study of Bloggership, by D. Gordon Smith, University of Wisconsin Law School

Blog as a Bugged Water Cooler, by Kate Litvak, University of Texas Law School

Blogging and the Transformation of Legal Scholarship, by Lawrence B. Solum, University of Illinois College of Law

Scholarship in Action: The Power, Possibilities, and Pitfalls for Law Professor Blogs, by Douglas A. Berman, Ohio State University - Michael E. Moritz College of Law

Why a Narrowly Defined Legal Scholarship Blog is Not What I Want: An Argument in Pseudo-Blog Form, by Ann Althouse, University of Wisconsin Law School

Blogging While Untenured and Other Extreme Sports, by Christine Hurt and Tung Yin, Marquette University Law School and University of Iowa, College of Law

Co-Blogging Law, by Eric Goldman, Marquette University - Law School

Libel in the Blogosphere: Some Preliminary Thoughts, by Glenn Harlan Reynolds, University of Tennessee College of Law

The Public Face of Scholarship, by Larry E. Ribstein, University of Illinois College of Law

Blogs and the Legal Academy, by Orin S. Kerr, The George Washington University Law School


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