Are Scholars Better Bloggers? - Bloggership: How Blogs are Transforming Legal Scholarship

@inproceedings{Caron2007AreSB,
  title={Are Scholars Better Bloggers? - Bloggership: How Blogs are Transforming Legal Scholarship},
  author={Paul L. Caron},
  year={2007}
}
These are the opening remarks I delivered at the Symposium on Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship at Harvard Law School on April 28, 2006. Part One describes how my work on TaxProf Blog and the Law Professor Blog Network led me to organize this Symposium. Part Two takes inspiration from Jim Lindgren's work, Are Scholars Better Teachers?, to ask, using our twenty-three panelists as guinea pigs, Are Scholars Better Bloggers? The data indicate that our participants include… CONTINUE READING

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