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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

2009 Legal Educator Blog Census, Version 2.0 (Schools A-M)

A Bill for taking a census has passed the House of Representatives, and is within the Senate. It contained a schedule for ascertaining the component classes of the Society, a kind of information extremely requisite to the Legislator, and much wanted for the science of Political Economy. A repetition of it every ten years would hereafter afford a most curious and instructive assemblage of facts. It was thrown out by the Senate as a waste of trouble and supplying materials for idle people to make a book. Judge by this little experiment of the reception likely to be given to so great an idea as that explained in your letter of September.  

-Letter from James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, February 14, 1970

Of course, Madison's projection was incorrect as Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution eventually provided that "[t]he actual Enumeration [of the population] shall be made within three years after the first meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent term of ten years, in such manner as they shall by law direct." Part of the reason that the framers made a decennial census a Constitutional requirement was that "[t]he census serves a vital statistical database that tells us who we are and where we are going as a nation."  

The purpose of this legal educator blog census is similar: telling us which legal educators are blogging and where the blogosphere is headed. Beginning in 2005, Daniel Solove and company began publishing a Law Professor Blogger Census. As an aspiring law professor at the time, I found that census to be an extremely useful tool for putting my finger on the pulse of legal academia. The last Law Professor Blogger Census was posted in August 2007, just as I entered the academy. When I asked Professor Solove earlier this year about whether he had any plans on preparing a new version, he informed me that he had no current plans and that I had his permission to prepare an update.

What follows is the first draft of what I am calling the Legal Educator Blogger Census because I have decided to list anyone who might be involved in the education of students at law schools in the United States: full time professors, adjunct professors, deans, legal writing instructors, law librarians, etc. I used the same methodology as Professor Solove in preparing my census: Anyone who posted at least one entry on a blog during a three month period (January 1, 2009-March 30, 2009) qualified for inclusion (except for guest bloggers). 

I realize that in the rapidly changing world of the blogosphere, this census is already somewhat out of date. For instance, my Census attributes CrimProf Blog to Mark Godsey, who was running it earlier this year, rather than the folks at the University of San Diego School of Law, who relaunched it a few days ago. For a list of blogs that were started after March and bloggers who started posting on blogs after March, you can click here

I hope that this Census, which I plan on updating annually, will serve at least three purposes: (1) giving those presently interested in the law a central location to be able to locate every legal educator blog; (2) tracking the changes in the number and type of legal educator blogs/bloggers per year; and (3) giving those interested in the law in the future an ability to track down legal educator blogs that might otherwise have disappeared without a trace.

I would like to thank my wife Zoe for her invaluable assistance in the preparation of this census.

This post lists the blogs containing posts by legal educators at schools starting with the letter A-M. The next post  lists the blogs containing posts by legal educators at schools starting with the letter N-Z. For an alphabetical listing of blogs, you can click here. For statistics I compiled regarding the census, you can click here 

Schools A-M


The University of Alabama School of Law 


Paul Horwitz 

PrawfsBlawg 



Albany Law School 



New York Court Watcher 


Darlene Cardillo 

Technology at Albany Law School 



Amy Lavine 

Community Benefits Agreements 


Mary Lynch 

Best Practices for Legal Education


Colleen Ostiguy 

Schaffer Law Library Blog 


Patricia Salkin  

Law of the Land 


Pershia Wilkins

Diversity at Albany Law School 



American University Washington College of Law  


Kenneth Anderson   

Kenneth Anderson's Law of War and Just War Theory Blog 
Opinio Juris 


Michael Carroll 

Carrollogos 


Janie Chuang  

IntLawGrrls 


Bob Dinerstein 

Best Practices for Legal Education 


Darren Hutchinson   

Dissenting Justice 


Peter Jaszi 

Collectanea 


Nancy Polikoff  

Feminist Law Professors 


Ezra Rosser 

Poverty Law Blog

Susana SáCouto  

IntLawGrrls 


Wendy Seltzer 

Wendy's Blog 


Anthony Varona 

Feminist Law Professors 


Stephen Vladeck 

National Security Advisors 
PrawfsBlawg 



Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law  


Art Hinshaw 

ADR Prof Blog 

University of Arkansas School of Law  


Susan Schneider 

Agricultural Law
The L.L.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law
Food Law & Policy 



Ave Maria School of Law 


Richard Myers 

Mirror of Justice 



Baylor Law School 


W. Jeremy Counseller 

Civil Procedure Prof Blog 


Kris Helge 

RIPS Law Librarian 


Elizabeth Miller     

Unincorporated Business Entities Law 


Mark Osler      

Law School Innovation 


Rory Ryan       

Civil Procedure Prof Blog 



Boston College Law School 


Karen Beck 

The Daniel R. Coquillette Rare Book Room Blog 


Boston College Legal Eagle 


Brigham Young University - J. Reuben Clark Law School 


Shawn Nevers 

Hunter's Query 


Gordon Smith 

The Conglomerate 



Brooklyn Law School 


Minna Kotkin 

clinicians with not enough to do 


Harold O'Grady 

BLS Library Blog 



University at Buffalo Law School 


Ellen McGrath  

TSLL TechScans 


Jim Milles  

Buffalo Wings and Toasted Ravioli 
Out of the Jungle 



UC Berkeley School of Law 


Eric Biber 

Legal Planet 


Holly Doremus 

Legal Planet


Daniel Farber 

Legal Planet 


Richard Frank  

Legal Planet  


Hanno Kaiser   

Antitrust Review 


Linda Hamilton Krieger 

The Situationist 


Cymie Payne 

Legal Planet 


Steven Weissman 

Legal Planet 

UCLA School of Law 



Stephen Bainbridge 

ProfessorBainbridge.com 



Ann Carlson 

Legal Planet 



Ethan Elkind 

Legal Planet 



Donna Gulnac  

Hugh & Hazel Darling Law Library 



Sean Hecht 

Legal Planet 



Cara Horowitz  

Legal Planet 


Jerry Kang  

The Situationist 



Russell Korobkin 

Volokh Conspiracy 



Timothy Malloy 

Legal Planet 



Neil Netanel 

Balkinization 



Eugene Volokh 

Volokh Conspiracy 



Jonathan Zasloff 

Legal Planet 




Capital University Law School 


David Mayer 

Mayer Blog          


Brad Smith 

Center for Competitive Politics    
Division of Labour 
New Majority 
RedState


Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law


Peter Tillers 

Tillers on Evidence and Inference   



Case Western University School of Law 


Jonathan Adler 

Bench Memos
Volokh Conspiracy    


Peter Friedman 

Ruling Imagination: Law and Creativity  


Michael Scharf 

AIDP Blog  



Chapman University School of Law 


Tom W. Bell   

Agoraphilia
MoneyLaw 
The Technology Liberation Front   


Denis Binder

binder'sblog


Hugh Hewitt 

Hugh Hewitt  



Charleston School of Law 


Sheila Scheuerman 

TortsProf Blog 



Charlotte School of Law


Martha Neil 

Charlotte Law Library Notes 

University of Chicago Law School


Daniel Abebe 

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog 


Omar Ben-Shahar 

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog

    

Anu Bradford    

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog          

Tom Ginsburg  

ComparativeConstitutions.org
Law & Development Blog 
The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog 


Bernard Harcourt 

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog 


M. Todd Henderson 

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog 


Todd Ito 

D'Angelo Law Library Blog 


Alison LaCroix  

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog 


Brian Leiter 

Brian Leiter's Law School Reports 
Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog  
Brian Leiter's Nietzsche Blog 


Saul Levmore  

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog 


Sheri Lewis  

D'Angelo Law Library Blog


Lyonette Louis-Jacques   

D'Angelo Law Library Blog


Richard McAdams   

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog 


Randy Picker 

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog 


Eric Posner

Volokh Conspiracy 


Judge Richard Posner 

The Atlantic
Becker-Posner Blog 


Margaret Schilt 

D'Angelo Law Library Blog


Geoffrey Stone 

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog 




University of Cincinnati College of Law 


Timothy Armstrong 

Info/Law 


Barbara Black 

Securities Law Prof Blog 


Paul Caron 

MoneyLaw 
TaxProf Blog 


Jacob Cogan 

International Law Reporter 


Mark Godsey 

CrimProf Blog 


Ron Jones  

Law Librarian Blog 


Elizabeth Malloy  

HealthLawProf Blog 



Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 


Sue Altmeyer 

Law Librarian Blog 
Cleveland Law Library Weblog 


Lolita Buckner Inniss 

Ain't I a Feminist Legal Scholar Too? 



University of Colorado Law School 


Vic Fleischer 

The Conglomerate 



Columbia Law School 


Katherine Franke 

Feminist Law Professors 
Gender & Sexuality Law Blog 


Suzanne Goldberg 

Gender & Sexuality Law Blog 



Concord Law School


Timothy Pleasant 

Native American Law Blog 


Deena DeGenova 

Native American Law Blog 



University of Connecticut School of Law 


Rebecca Flanagan 

Law School Academic Support Blog


Alexandra D.Lahav 

Mass Tort Litigation Blog 


Lee Sims  

The Librarian at Law 



Cornell University Law School 


Thomas Bruce 

b-screeds 


Sherry Colb 

Dorf on Law 


Michael Dorf 

Dorf on Law 


Michael Heise 

Empirical Legal Studies 


William Jacobson 

Legal In-sur-rec-tion 


Eduardo Peñalver  

dotCommonweal 
Mirror of Justice 


Steve Shiffrin 

Mirror of Justice 


Bradley Wendel   

Legal Ethics Forum 



Creighton University School of Law 


Eric Chiappinelli 

Cases and Materials on Business Entities New Developments 



CUNY School of Law 


Caitlin Borgmann  

Reproductive Rights Prof Blog 
Feminist Law Professors 


Rebecca Bratspies 

BioLaw 
IntLawGrrls 


Ruthann Robson 

Constitutional Law Prof Blog 
Family Law Prof Blog 
Feminist Law Professors 


University of Dayton School of Law 


Maureen Anderson  

Nota Bibliothecae 


Susan Brenner 

CYB3RCRIM3 


Thaddeus Hoffmeister 

Juries 


Chris Martin   

Nota Bibliothecae  


Paul Venard         

Nota Bibliothecae 

University of Denver Sturm College of Law


J. Robert Brown 

The Race to the Bottom



DePaul University College of Law 


Mark Giangrande 

Tech Law Prof Blog 


Brian Havel     

Aviation Law Prof Blog 


Michael Jacobs    

Aviation Law Prof Blog 


Matthew Schiffer 

DePaul University College of Law Vincent G. Rinn Law Library 



The University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law 


Michael Fraidin   

Family Law Prof Blog 


Vicenç Feliú 

The Yellow Shoe Civil Law Blog 



Drake University Law School 


Peter Yu 

Law and Technology Theory 



Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law 


Adam Benforado 

The Situationist 


David Cohen   

Feminist Law Professors 


Dan Filler        

The Faculty Lounge

Anil Kalhan  

Dorf on Law 
SAJAforum



Duke University School of Law 


Stuart Benjamin 

Volokh Conspiracy 



Elon University School of Law 


Jennifer Greig  

Elon Law Library 


David Levine 

Hearsay Culture 


Kate McLeod 

Elon Law Library  


Amy Whitmer 

Elon Law Library 



Emory Law School 


Michael Perry   

Mirror of Justice 


Fred Tung 

The Conglomerate 


Sasha Volokh  

Volokh Conspiracy 




Florida Coastal School of Law 


Rick Karcher   

Sports Law Blog

 

Andrew Long   

BioLaw

 

Nareissa L. Smith 

Constitutional Law Prof Blog 
Feminist Law Professors 



University of Florida Frederic G. Levin College of Law 


Jeffrey Harrison 

Class Bias in Higher Education
MoneyLaw 


Daniel Sokol   

Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog 
Law & Development Blog 


Florida International University College of Law 


Howard Wasserman 

PrawfsBlawg  
Sports Law Blog 



Florida State University College of Law 


Elizabeth Chamblee Burch 

Mass Tort Litigation Blog 


Marin Dell 

Tech Law Prof Blog 


Jon Lutz  

FSU College of Law Research Center Blog 


Dan Markel   

PrawfsBlawg 


J.B. Ruhl  

Jurisdynamics 



Fordham University School of Law 


Howard Erichson 

Mass Tort Litigation Blog


Susan Scafidi   

Counterfeit Chic


Amy Uelmen 

Mirror of Justice 



The Franklin Pierce Law Center 


Jon Cavicchi 

The Trade Secrets Vault 


Melanie Cornell  

Pierce Law Library 


Kathy Fletcher 

Pierce Law Library 


Matthew Jenks 

Pierce Law Library 


Barry Shanks 

Pierce Law Library


Roberta Woods  

Pierce Law Library 



George Mason University School of Law 


David Bernstein   

Volokh Conspiracy 


Don Boudreaux 

Cafe Hayek 


Christine Ciambella  

GMU Law Library Circulation Blog 


Michael Krauss 

Point of Law 


Michael Queen  

GMU Law Library Circulation Blog  


Ilya Somin     

Volokh Conspiracy 


Joshua Wright

Truth on the Market 


Todd Zywicki   

Volokh Conspiracy 



George Washington University Law School 


Neil Buchanan 

Dorf on Law 


Naomi Cahn   

Feminist Law Professors 
IntLawGrrls 


Steve Charnovitz 

International Economic Law and Policy Blog 


Donald Clarke 

Chinese Law Prof Blog 


Lawrence Cunningham 

Concurring Opinions 


Orin Kerr    

Volokh Conspiracy 


Jonathan Siegel   

Law Prof on the Loose 


Daniel Solove 

Concurring Opinions 


Jonathan Turley 

Jonathan Turley 



Georgetown University Law Center 


Randy Barnett 

The Arena on Politico
Volokh Conspiracy 


Diana Donahoe 

TeachingLaw.com 


Dan Ernst      

Legal History Blog 


Michael Frisch    

Legal Profession Blog 


Nan Hunter   

Feminist Law Professors 
hunter of justice 

Emma Coleman Jordan 

Huffington Post 


Adam Levitin  

Credit Slips 


Heidi Li Feldman 

Heidi Li's Potpourri 


David Luban 

Balkinization 


Rebecca Tushnet 

43(B)log 



University of Georgia School of Law 


Usha Rodrigues   

The Conglomerate 


Golden Gate University School of Law 


Janet Fischer   

GGU Library Blog 


Hamline University School of Law


Sharon Sandeen  

Feminist Law Professors



Harvard Law School 


Mike Barker 

Et Seq. 


Lucian Bebchuk 

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation 


June Casey 

Et Seq. 


John Coates 

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation 


Jon Hanson 

The Situationist 


Howell Jackson 

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation


Michael Jimenez 

Et Seq.


Mindy Johnston 

Et Seq. 


Lisa Junghahn 

Et Seq. 


Josh Kantor 

Et Seq. 


Meg Kribble 

Et Seq. 
Meg Kribble 


Lawrence Lessig 

Lessig Blog 


Charles Nesson 

Eon 


John Palfrey 

Et Seq. 
John Palfrey 


Michelle Pearse 

Et Seq. 


Mark Roe 

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation


Craig Smith 

Et Seq. 


Karen Storin Linitz   

Et Seq.

 

Brian Sutton 

Et Seq. 


George Taoultsides 

Et Seq. 


Mark Tushnet  

Balkinization 


Elizabeth Warren 

Credit Slips 


Stephen Wiles  

Et Seq. 



Hofstra Law School 


Monroe Freedman   

Legal Ethics Forum 


Julian Ku  

Opinio Juris 



University of Houston Law Center 


Richard Alderman 

Consumer Law & Policy Blog 


Darren Bush 

University of Houston Law Center Faculty Blog 


Laura Oren 

University of Houston Law Center Faculty Blog 



University of Illinois College of Law 


Sara Benson 

Sexual Orientation and the Law Blog 


John Colombo 

Nonprofit Law Prof Blog 


Christine Hurt   

The Conglomerate 


David Hyman 

Volokh Conspiracy 


Bob Lawless 

Credit Slips 


Larry Ribstein  

Ideoblog 


Lawrence Solum 

Legal Theory Blog 


Thomas Ulen 

Law & Econ Prof Blog 



Indiana University Maurer School of Law


Bill Henderson 

Empirical Legal Studies 


Cindy Dabney  

BLAWg IN Bloom 


Ralph Gaebler 

BLAWg IN Bloom 


Jennifer Morgan 

BLAWg IN Bloom 


Richard Vaughan 

BLAWg IN Bloom 



Indiana University School of Law -- Indianapolis 


Karen Bravo 

IntLawGrrls 


Christiana Ochoa 

IntLawGrrls 



The University of Iowa College of Law 


Angela Onwuachi-Willig  

Blackprof.com  


Katie Porter 

Credit Slips  



The John Marshall Law School 


Alberto Bernabe 

Professional Responsibility Blog 
Torts Blog 


Bill Ford 

Empirical Legal Studies 


Jason Kilborn   

Commercial Law Blog 
Credit Slips 


Doris Long 

Feminist Law Professors 


Colin Miller 

EvidenceProf Blog 
Feminist Law Professors 


Steve Schwinn 

Constitutional Law Prof Blog 


John White 

IPWatchdog 


Mark Wojcik 

International Law Prof Blog 
Legal Writing Prof Blog 


Corey Yung 

Sex Crimes 



Atlanta's John Marshall Law School


Kamina Pinder 

Administrative Law Prof Blog 


Lisa Tripp 

Administrative Law Prof Blog 



The University of Kansas School of Law 


Andrew Torrance 

BioLaw 



University of Kentucky College of Law 


Scott Bauries 

The Edjurist

 

David Brennan 

Nonprofit Law Prof Blog  


Sarah Glassmeyer 

SarahGlassmeyer(dot)com 



University of La Verne College of Law 


Deborah Schander  

Law Librarian By Day 



Lewis & Clark Law School 


Jack Bogdanski 

Jack Bog's Blog 


Geoffrey Manne 

Truth on the Market 


Joseph Miller   

The Fire of Genius 


Robert Miller 

Native America, Discovered and Conquered 


Tung Yin  

The Yin Blog



University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law 


Scott Campbell 

Brandeis and Harlan Watch 


Jim Chen 

Agricultural Law
BioLaw
Commercial Law Blog
Jurisdynamics 
MoneyLaw 


Susan Duncan 

University of Louisville Law Faculty Blog 


Judith Fischer  

University of Louisville Law Faculty Blog 


James Jones 

University of Louisville Law Faculty Blog 


Ariana Levinson 

University of Louisville Law Faculty Blog 


Kurt Metzmeier 

University of Louisville Law Faculty Blog 


Luke Milligan    

University of Louisville Law Faculty Blog 


Lars Smith 

University of Louisville Law Faculty Blog 



LSU Paul M. Herbert Law Center 


Christine Corcos 

Law & Humanities Blog 
Law and Magic Blog 
Media Law Prof Blog 



Loyola Law School Los Angeles 


Tom Boone 

Tom Boone 


Rick Hasen 

Election Law Blog 


Ted Seto 

Understanding Tax


 

Loyola University Chicago School of Law 


Robert Araujo  

Mirror of Justice 


Brett Frischmann 

Madisonian.net 


Loyola University New Orleans College of Law 


Derek Fincham  

Illicit Cultural Property

 

Brian Huddleston 

Brian Huddleston 



Marquette University Law School 


Bruce Boyden  

Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog 


Richard Esenberg 

Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog 
Shark and Shepherd 



Ed Fallone 

Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog


John Kircher 

Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog 


Michael O'Hear 

Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog 


Chad Oldfather 

Ratio Juris 


Andrea Schneider 

ADR Prof Blog 


Paul Secunda  

Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog 
Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Blog 
Workplace Prof Blog 


Jessica Slavin  

Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog 



The University of Maryland School of Law 


Danielle Citron 

Concurring Opinions 


Lisa Fairfax 

The Conglomerate 


Mark Graber 

Balkinization 


Sherrilyn Ifill  

Blackprof.com 



Massachusetts School of Law at Andover 


Lawrence Velvel 

Velvel on National Affairs 



University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law 


Jacqueline Laínez    

Clinical Law Prof Blog 



Mercer University School of Law 


David Hricik 

Legal Ethics Forum 
Statutory Construction Blog 



University of Miami School of Law


Ricardo Bascuas  

The Bricks


Caroline Bradley  

BlenderLaw


Michael Froomkin 

Discourse.net 
ICANNWatch 



Bruce Winick 

brucewinick.com 


University of Michigan Law School


Richard Friedman 

The Confrontation Blog 



University of Minnesota Law School 


Dale Carpenter 

Volokh Conspiracy  


Kenneth Ross  

Products Liability Prof Blog    


David Stras 

SCOTUSblog 



Mississippi College School of Law 


Brian Barnes 

Law Librarian Blog 
Mississippi College Law Library Blog 


Gregory Bowman 

Law Career Blog 



University of Mississippi School of Law  


P.J. Blount 

Res Communis 


University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law


William Black 

Economic Perspectives from Kansas City 


June Carbone  

Feminist Law Professors 


Barbara Glesner Fines 

Family Law Prof Blog 
Best Practices for Legal Education 


Chris Holman

Holman's Biotech IP Blog


Colin Picker 

International Economic Law and Policy Blog 


University of Missouri School of Law


Dennis Crouch 

Patently-O 


Thom Lambert 

Truth on the Market 


Peggy McGuinness  

Opinio Juris 


-CM

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