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  1. “An Alan Smithee article”

  2. Ed. says:

    Perhaps law professors could adopt a similar technique: for anything less than tenure-quality work, we can just affix a different name – but if it turns out to be entertaining or widely acclaimed, we then publicly acknowledge it in a different segment of our c.v.

    Yes, pseudonymous law blogging. How many law professors blog under an assumed name, like Juan Non-Volokh?

  3. Frank says:

    And there is the classic case of Gil Grantmore.

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