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Monday, August 27, 2007

Which Blogs Do Faculty Read The Most?

The Race To The Bottom, a blog run by Professor Robert Brown over at the University of Denver Law School has an interesting posting about which blogs faculty read the most. His study, which he admits is imperfect,(available here), utilizes statistics from Justia.com. 

He concludes that the top academic blog is TaxProf Blog,  but Workplace Prof Blog is the most blog popular among academics ranked by visits from web sites ending in edu. 

However, not to put a damper on this, but I must question these stats. The listing of the top 200 legal blogs of all time puts TaxProf Blog at number 4 and Workplace Prof Blog at number 2. TaxProf Blog has substanially more visitors than Workplace Prof Blog.

Both Workplace Law Blog and TaxProf Blog have postings about this study.

In any event, congrats to Dean Caron (TaxProf Blog) and to Professors Bales and Secunda (Workplace Prof Blog). I hope that Adjunct Prof Blog makes this ranking one day.

Mitchell H. Rubinstein

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You will. You are doing a good job. Keep it up.

Posted by: anonymous | Aug 28, 2007 1:23:15 PM

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