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Law Professor Blogger Census (Version 4.3)

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  1. Ken says:

    You need to delete Supreme Court Extra, as no one has posted there since early December. It’s totally dead.

  2. Ken — Thank you. I overlooked this. I have made the appropriate modifications to the post.

  3. Dan: Art Leonard of New York Law School just launched a new law-related blog called “Leonard Link,” which focuses on Sexuality and the Law. The URL is http://newyorklawschool.typepad.com/leonardlink/.

    Best, Paul

  4. Jason says:

    Kevin Jon Heller hasn’t posted at Yin Blog in, at least, months. I’d inquire as to whether he’s still considered an author there.

  5. Jason says:

    I should have noted in the last comment – Eben Moglen’s blog looks abandoned. No posts since 8/05.

  6. Carlos says:

    Great census. I’m linking your list from my website.

    BTW, I could not find anything related to the copyright of your website, so i’m guessing i can just quote little bits, right?

    ps: I’m from Chile, so i do know about fair use, but not enough.

  7. Law Professor Blogger Census (Version 4.1)

    http://www.concurringopinions.com/archives/2006/03/law_professor_b_4.html#more There are 225 law professor bloggers. I didn’t realize GW had six of them!

  8. greglas says:

    Dan,

    First, thanks for putting this update together (my RSS is getting unwieldy, but it’s a good thing).

    Second, there’s a new blogger at Rutgers-Camden:

    http://mikelivingston.blogspot.com/

    Third, I’m on hiatus from Terra Nova — I’m happy to be associated with TN, but I’m not an official “author” there these days.

  9. Ann Bartow says:

    I’m not sure what the standard for who a blogger is is, but Bridget Crawford, Marina Angel and Stephanie Farrior have all been actively posting at Feminist Law Professors.

  10. ambimb says:

    This is a fascinating little study — thanks for putting it together. Could you tell us anything about your methodology? Do you just keep a list and try to stay on top of additions and subtractions, or…? I’m just wondering if this is going to scale.

    Speaking of the growth of the legal academic blogosphere, PrawfsBlawg put forth a few theories last fall, and Orin Kerr chipped in with another.

  11. ambimb — nothing special about my methodology. I just try to stay on top of additions and subtractions. Obviously, if the law professor blogosphere increases dramatically, it will be hard to keep up. But right now, I’m able to stay on top of it with the help of others who chime in with additions and subtractions.

  12. Daniel,

    You may want to take a look at http://www.classcaster.org/. I’ve got a couple of dozen law faculty blogging and podcasting their courses on the system. Classcaster is a CALI (http://www.cali.org) service that is open to all faculty and staff of CALI member schools.

    Thanks.

  13. Wlodek says:

    David Friedman from Santa Clara University School of Law has a brand new blog at – http://daviddfriedman.blogspot.com/

  14. Wlodek says:

    David Friedman from Santa Clara University School of Law has a brand new blog at – http://daviddfriedman.blogspot.com/

  15. Jim Maule says:

    Dan,

    A fairly new blog by Prof. Michelle Anderson of Villanova: No Rape URL: http://norape.blogspot.com/

    From her description: Villanova law professor Michelle J. Anderson analyzes the legal and social issues surrounding rape and sexual assault and devises strategies to bring these practices to an end.

    Thanks for doing this census.

    Jim Maule

  16. Dave Hoffman says:

    The Anderson blog definitely belongs – I’ve been reading it regularly.

    I’ve also heard that another member of the Temple law faculty will be permanently joining a major blog, as of next week. But I’ll let them announce it.

  17. Since most of the discussion of the census has already occurred with the current stats, I’m closing out this round and beginning to gather information for the next version of the census (Version 5.0). Accordingly, I’ll list the Anderson blog as well as others in that version.

    Please feel free to continue to post or email additions or subtractions to the census, and they will definitely be incorporated — but in the next iteration.

  18. Congratulations for your work.

    I’ve got in Chile these blogs about juvenile justice and family law:

    About juvenile justicie in spanish’s world:

    http://justiciapenaladolescente.blogspot.com/

    About a lessons of family law

    http://cursoderechodefamilia.blogspot.com/