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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

MoJ Turns Four

He wouldn't blow his own horn about it, but let me point out that Mirror of Justice, a blog described as being devoted to "the development of Catholic legal theory," and on which our own Rick Garnett is one of the central posters, has just celebrated its fourth anniversary on the blogosphere.  MoJ is always on my favorites list, both for the depth and energy it brings to its content and for the diversity (along standard political axes; but, as is clear upon reading the blog, those axes do not always make sense in describing discussions that take place from within a unified faith perspective) of views its contributors bring to bear in discussing law and legal theory from the perspective of the Catholic faith, and vice versa.  (Penalver.  Garnett.  Perry.  Shriffrin.  Araujo.  QED.) 

I am sometimes sorry that MoJ eschews a comments field, but that should be an incentive for those of us -- even those of us who are outside the fold, formally speaking -- who would like to participate in the dialogue to link to its discussions and start conversations of our own on other blogs, as I have from time to time.  Congratulations on the anniversary, MoJ!   

Posted by Paul Horwitz on February 13, 2007 at 10:45 AM in Blogging | Permalink


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Thanks, Paul. Time flies!

Posted by: Rick Garnett | Feb 13, 2007 11:41:00 AM

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