October 19, 2006
We've Got the Juice!
CrimProf Blog has a 5.7 "Blog Juice Rating," (#10 rank) determined by:
- Number of Bloglines subscribers (1,595)
- Alexa rank (83,758)
- Technorati ranking (34,281)
- Number of inbound links via Technorati (264)
Here are the Blog Juice Ratings for various law professor blogs. . .Thanks for supporting us! [Michele Berry, happy birthday dad]
March 12, 2006
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February 26, 2006
This was my weekend for Tucson media: I was quoted in this article in the increase of drug seizures at the Arizona border; I suggested that it could mean more drug flow in to the US, better interdiction. Also, the Arizona Wildcat, the student newspaper, covered the Stop and Frisk demonstration I did for the first year Criminal Procedure students.
December 26, 2005
Blogger on Larry King Live, Dec. 26--TODAY
Cincinnati CrimProf Mark Godsey will be on Larry King Live the day after Christmas with his client Clarence Elkins talking about the remarkable DNA exoneration Mark achieved last week through the Ohio Innocence Project. The show airs 9 Eastern, 6 Pacific on Monday, December 26. Transcript of show here.
October 04, 2005
Contragulations to CrimProf
We hit 250,000 page views today. Thanks so much to the readers of this blog.
July 06, 2005
CrimProf Blog Growing
Yesterday, CrimProf Blog enjoyed its 150,000th visitor since launching 8 months ago. We are now averaging more than 800 visitors each day over the past several months. Thanks for reading!
We recently added some new features on the left-side column, including a course materials link that lists crim textbooks by subject matter with website links to get a copy. More new features helpful to your research will added in the coming months, including links to on-line treatises, think tanks, criminal law manuals, and the criminal codes of all 50 states.
Post a comment below to let us know how we can improve.
June 13, 2005
Census of Law Professor Bloggers
This morning's PrawfsBlawg has an interesting census of the current law professor blogging population. They report that 103 law professors currently blog; we have 24 law professors who blog as part of our Law Professor Blogs Network.
PrawfsBlawg notes that of the 103 law professor bloggers, 80.6% (83) are male and 19.4% (20) are female. The comparable numbers for the 24 members of the Law Professor Blogs Network: 62.5% (15) male and 37.5% (9) female.
Here are the law schools with the most law professor bloggers:
Law Schools with Most Law Prof Bloggers
Number of Bloggers
April 11, 2005
LexisNexis Sponsors Law Professor Blogs Network
We are thrilled to announce that LexisNexis has agreed to sponsor all of the blogs in our Law Professor Blogs Network:
- AntitrustProf Blog (Shubha Ghosh (SUNY Buffalo))
- ContractsProf Blog (Carol Chomsky (Minnesota) & Frank Snyder (Texas-Wesleyan))
- CrimProf Blog (Jack Chin (Arizona) & Mark Godsey (Cincinnati))
- Health Law Prof Blog (Betsy Malloy (Cincinnati) & Tom Mayo (SMU))
- LaborProf Blog (Rafael Gely (Cincinnati))
- Law Librarian Blog (Joe Hodnicki (Cincinnati))
- Law School Academic Support Blog (Dennis Tonsing (Roger Williams))
- Media Law Prof Blog (Cristina Corcos (LSU))
- Sentencing Law & Policy Blog (Douglas Berman (Ohio State))
- White Collar Crime Prof Blog (Peter Henning (Wayne State) & Ellen Podgor (Georgia State))
- TaxProf Blog (Paul Caron (Cincinnati))
- Tech Law Prof Blog (Jonathan Ezor (Touro) & Michelle Zakarin (Touro))
- Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog (Gerry Beyer (St. Mary's))
LexisNexis shares our vision for expanding the network into other areas of law, so please email us if you would be interested in finding out more about starting a blog as part of our network.
March 21, 2005
Thanks to George Brooks
Among the many tippers who provide useful links to this Blog is the Reverend George Brooks, J.D., Director of Advocacy for the Kolbe House, the jail ministry of the Archdiocese of Chicago. I won't thank him for each story, but I do want to acknowledge his past present and future work sharing death penalty and other criminal justice news. Reverend Brooks has ministered to more prisoners than most criminal lawyers have ever met. Here's his interview with the Catholic New World; here's a statement about his work on the website of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. [Jack Chin]
January 18, 2005
Please Take This Survey
West Publishing Company and Foundation Press, sponsors of this blog and our Law Professor Blogs Network, have asked that we help identify our readership through this on-line survey. They (and we) would like to figure out the mix of professors, judges, lawyers, librarians, students, and others who read this blog. The survey takes less than a minute to complete. Thanks in advance for your help.
January 08, 2005
Bloggers on Blogging and the Academy
On Thursday, CrimProf bloggers Jack Chin and I, along with Sentencing Law & Policy blogger Doug Berman, talked to the Criminal Justice Section at the AALS conference in San Francisco on the topic of blogging and the academy. White Collar Crime Prof Blog has the summary here. [Mark Godsey]
December 15, 2004
Crime and Federalism has a list of criminal blogs, including White Collar Crime Prof Blog, Sentencing Law and Policy, and us. [Jack Chin]
December 10, 2004
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