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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Metablogging for academics

Over at the new blog, 3LEpiphany, Ian Best, an Ohio State Law 3L, is compiling a very useful set of links regarding academic blogging.  Unsurprisingly, a lot of the posts he includes were written by prawfs both here and elsewhere in the blawg world.  What may be surprising, however, is that  Ian is getting credit from his law school for blogging; or as a lawyer who blogs noted, Ian is paying tuition for the privilege to blog...I sure hope he's getting his money's worth or at least pays in-state tuition.

Posted by Dan Markel on February 8, 2006 at 09:16 AM in Blogging, Deliberation and voices, Legal Theory, Life of Law Schools | Permalink

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