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Friday, February 13, 2009

Books All Law Professors Should Read - the PrawfsBlawg Research Canons Project

I had a short-lived post here asking readers to list books and articles that all law professors should (have) read. Dave Hoffman (Temple Law) pointed out that Prawfs Blawg has already done this in its "Research Canons Project" that Matt Bodie started back in September, 2006. Ah, the joys - and surprises - of "preemption." (Thank you, Dave!)  Anyway, if you were ever wondering about a general canon for all law professors as well as canons for individual subjects, as I was, your answers are here and here.  I believe the project continues ...

I was thinking of turning this post into a request for readers' preemption stories, but I think I'll check to make sure no one's done that already ...

Posted by Brian J. Foley on February 13, 2009 at 08:09 AM in Research Canons | Permalink

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