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Sunday, November 18, 2007

BLOGGERSHIP: HOW BLOGS ARE TRANSFORMING LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP

Washington Law Review just published a symposium about how blogs are transforming legal scholarship. A copy of all of the articles is available in PDF format from the review and is available here. These papers are from a conference that occurred at Harvard Law School some 18 months earlier. That  says it all.

I cannot stop reading these papers. If you have any interest in blogging, you will want to read these papers. Additionally, information and detail is also available at Dean Paul Caron's Tax Prof Blog

Mitchell H. Rubinstein 

Hat Tip: Tax Prof Blog

P.S. Don't worry, the papers have nothing to do with tax law!

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