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Blogs and legal scholarship: Free recap from Harvard

April 30, 2006

Harvard Law School hosted an excellent blog conference entitled ‘Bloggership: How Blogs are Transforming Legal Scholarship‘ on Friday.

Daniel Solove, an associate professor of law at the George Washington University Law School and publisher of Concurring Opinions, has a concise speaker-by-speaker recap of the event. Per Professor Solove:

You can get everything you need to know about the conference from this post — absolutely free of charge. It’s as if you had gone to the conference yourself — only better, because I’ve saved you hours of time and engaged in extensive analysis to bring you the key points.

As I mentioned before, papers related to the conference, authored by an excellent faculty, are available here.

Source for post: K. Daniel Glover’s Beltway Blogroll

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