October 9, 2008
Law Professor Blogs Network Launches Native American Law and Clinicial Law Blogs
Last month, the Law Professor Blogs Network launched two new blogs:
- Native American Law Blog is edited by Timothy Pleasant and Deena DeGenova (both are Concord Law School profs). Note, for example, the blog's recent post, Native American law research - where do you go?
- After a long hiatus, Clinical Law Prof Blog is back online and is now being edited by Amy Graham and Naima Manley (both are Public Interest Fellows & Staff Attorneys at Michigan State) with the help some great contributing editors.
I hope you take a moment to check them out. See also the Network-wide RSS feed page for the latest posts pubished by our Network's 50-plus blogs. Several new blogs are in the works and the Network's RSS feed page is the first place to see them when they go into production. If you would like to propose writing a blog for the Network, please contact Paul Caron (Cincinnati) and me. [JH]
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