August 18, 2005
Leiter on Blogging for Two Years
Law Prof Brian Leiter (Texas), certainly one of the most thoughtful bloggers, recently posted his reflections on blogging after two years. He concludes "all the historical arguments for and against democracy win support from what goes on in the blogosphere every day."
To which I say "here, here" and point to one of my favorite Leiter posts: Your Handy Guide to Right-Wing Lawyers Who Hate Brian Leiter...or the Company that Eugene Volokh Keeps.
Don't forget to catch Leiter's Law School Reports, a member of the Law Professor Blogs Network. His Sextonism Watch is one of my favorite features. Sextonism is "a disease familiar to law faculty, in which a good school suddenly lapses in to uncontrolled and utterly laughable hyperbole in describing its faculty and accomplishments to its professional peers."
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