Family Law Prof Blog

Editor: Margaret Ryznar
Indiana University
Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Monday, July 3, 2006

Sabbatical for Family Law Prof Blog

Your Family LawProf Blog editors will be taking a short sabbatical to review our first year's operation, update the "left side" of the blog, and plan for the coming year.   We appreciate your readership and would be very interested in knowing how we can improve the blog.  Feel free to comment here (the comments are not automatically posted, but rest assured that we will receive them) or email us individually with your suggestions and criticisms. 

Look for the blog to resume regular postings next Monday, July 10th.   


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Let the comments through!

this site has such great material to debate, and yet I never see any comments. I've posted one or two myself, but never see them show up.

A lively debate could easily be had here, and I'm sure your sponsors would thank you for the additional traffic.

Posted by: Marty | Jul 4, 2006 8:46:24 AM

I think that the Family Law Prof Blog has developed into an invaluable resource, with
its frequent summaries and links to
interesting cases and resources (both
American and from other countries).

In comparison with another subject matter
blog (that I will not name, to protect the
guilty) I look at regularly , FLPB is vastly
more useful and timely.

Please keep up the good work!

Posted by: Brian Bix | Jul 5, 2006 6:32:07 AM


I really appreciate the excellent and timely links to articles of great interest. The blog is a great way to watch trends from across the country.

Of note, should you ever desire additional support in maintaining the blog, I would be willing to volunteer my time and energy.

Thanks for providing this wonderful resource and if any of you are planning to attend the ABA conference in paradise, please let me know. This is my home!

Keep up the great work,
Brian Ellis

Posted by: Brian Ellis | Jul 9, 2006 2:26:20 PM

It's great to see that family law professors are taking sabbaticals to engage in creative and meaningful projects. Not only does it give them a much-needed break, but it also allows them to explore new ideas and contribute to the field in unique ways. I can't wait to see what these professors accomplish during their time off and how it will benefit the family law community as a whole.

Posted by: Sarah Chaytor | Mar 20, 2023 1:43:20 AM

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