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Editor: Mitchell H. Rubinstein
New York Law School

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Concurring Opinions Law Professor Blogger Census Leaves Us (Me) Out!

Concurring Opinions just posted an excellent survey of law professor blogging which is worth a look.

Unfortunately, however, they left me, the Editor of this blog, out. They included one of our associate editors, Eric A. Lustig, but did not the other, Associate Dean Gail Levin Richmond. Therefore, I do not know how accurate their data is.

Update: Concurring Opinions has sent me an email to state that their survey only included FT profs. It seems to me that by excluding adjuncts, (to my knowledge I am the only adjunct in the country that runs a blog designed mainly for law professors), the data is incomplete. In any event, at least Concurring Opinions timely responded.

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I'd raise these issues as comments on the blog post itself - on previous versions, there have always been missing folks and extra folks in early drafts of the census, which get corrected over time. The census is a huge project, and there are bound to be some errors along the way.

Posted by: dave hoffman | Jul 31, 2007 11:10:35 AM


Unfortunately, my policy is to only list full-time faculty members. At GW, we have hundreds of adjunct professors; likewise at Georgetown and many other schools. Adjuncts change from semester to semester, so tracking them all down is too much for me to do.


Posted by: Daniel J. Solove | Jul 31, 2007 11:49:12 AM

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