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Law Professor Blogger Census (Version 3.1)

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  1. SCOTUSblog says:

    Blog Round-Up – Monday, November 14th

    The identity of Article III Groupie of Underneath Their Robes is revealed! Concurring Opinions has this updated post on statistics related to professors who blog. Law.com has posted this article on Hope v. Pelzer. In 2002 the Supreme Court, by…

  2. SCOTUSblog says:

    Blog Round-Up – Monday, November 14th

    The identity of Article III Groupie of Underneath Their Robes is revealed! Concurring Opinions has this updated post on statistics related to professors who blog. Law.com has posted this article on Hope v. Pelzer. In 2002 the Supreme Court, by…

  3. CALIopolis says:

    Census of Law Prof Blogs Updated

    Current statistics for Version 3.1 are:Number of Bloggers: 202 bloggers.Growth: Since the last census on June 16, 2005, the number of bloggers has grown from 130

  4. Mike says:

    How many of those listed are generally right of center? I counted 23 folks who would have no objection to being described as generally right of center, but I only recognized about 30% of the names. It would be interesting to see if the representation of conservative law prof bloggers is greater in the blogosphere than the representation of conservative law profs in the academic world.

  5. Bloggin’ Profs

    If you are interested in the intersection of academics blogging, check out something I have been working on in regards to blogging political scientists.

    For a study of blogging law profs, go here.

    And to see links to a variety of blogging academics,…

  6. Blogging Political Scientists Census-Beta Version

    Note: As I receive additional information, I am updating the table. I also have added some additional commentary, and may add more.

    Speaking of SPSA papers, I have been working for some time (mentioned early on here) on determining how many politic…