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Monday, January 22, 2007

At the Bar Redux

Every Friday, from 1987 until 1994, David Margolick wrote a column in the New York Times called "At the Bar."  Margolick's riffs on the legal community never disappointed.  He wrote about members of the bar, the legal academy, judges, and pressing issues with insight and irreverence.   Margolick gave up the column in the mid-1990s, just before the Internet and its bloggers laid down their roots, and his weekly column was sorely missed.

Today I saw that New York Times may be back with another legal beat column.  Adam Liptak will write a column about the legal world called "Sidebar" every Monday.  Liptak's first "Sidebar" column, "Fair Housing, Free Speech and Choosy Roommates," appeared today.         

Posted by Danielle Citron on January 22, 2007 at 09:49 PM in Culture | Permalink

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