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New York Law School

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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ADJUNCT LAW PROFESSOR BLOG

Birthday_candles_2  Today is a milestone. It marks our first birthday in the blogosphere. Sometime later today, we will pass    56, 000 visitors!!! That is amazing and speaks volumes about the strength of the Internet and blogs. When I started this, I had no idea what to expect. I was hoping for 25,000 visitors.  As you can see, we have more than doubled that.

I hope to significantly increase our readership. I need your help for that. Please pass my URL around to lawyers, professors and students whom you think might be interested. Additionally, if you have an idea about a story or want to publicize something of note, please send me an email at professorrubinstein@gmail.com. Some of our best posts have been from ideas that we have gotten from you.

I also wanted to thank our two wonderful contributing editors, Professor Eric Lustig of New England Law School and  Adjunct Professor Craig Estlinbaum who is also a Judge in Texas. Keep posting...

Thanks again for your support.

Mitchell H. Rubinstein

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Congratulations! Joe

Posted by: Joe Hodnicki | May 14, 2008 4:09:46 AM

May 14, 2008.
Happy Birthday from Toronto, Canada.
Mike naraine

Posted by: mike naraine | May 14, 2008 9:51:47 AM

Happy Birthday. Well done this past year. I have enjoyed your posts.

Posted by: Justin B. | May 14, 2008 10:34:57 AM

Belated happy birthday to your Blog! How long has it been since LawProfessors was started? Your editors are very good. I can see how dedicated and passionate they are. So Professor Craig Estlinbaum is also a judge in Texas? How long has he been practicing?

Posted by: Mike Clark | Jan 11, 2012 11:22:10 AM

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