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Monday, April 07, 2008

Mobblog at the Madisonian: “What Kind of Institution Do We Want A Law School To Be?”

This week, the Madisonian is hosting a large number of guest bloggers, each of whom will post a couple essays on law schools as institutions worth thinking about -- including questions of teaching, skills, research, costs, and access. Deven Desai is the initiator and the list of mobbloggers includes: Erwin Chemerinsky (Duke, named founding Dean at U.C. Irvine’s Donald Bren School of Law), Jim Chen (Dean, Louisville), Nancy Rapoport, (UNLV, former dean at Houston), and Rodney Smolla (Dean, Washington & Lee, former Dean at Richmond), Ann Bartow, Al Brophy, Jack Chin,Dan Filler, Brett Frischmann, Christine Hurt, Rick Garnett, Greg Lastowka, Orly Lobel, Mike Madison, Nate Oman, Frank Pasquale, Larry Solum, and Fred Yen.

I haven't posted my thing yet, but there are a number of folks who have begun the intellectual mobbing. Do join in with your comments and reactions!

Posted by Orly Lobel on April 7, 2008 at 05:26 PM | Permalink

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