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Lawprof blogs proliferate



Daniel Solove has an incomplete but useful census of the scores of weblogs out there by law professors, including many new ones. Among those worth checking out: ContractsProf Blog, with several contributors; Federal Civil Practice Bulletin, by Benjamin Spencer of U. Richmond; The Confrontation Blog by Richard Friedman of Michigan, a blog devoted to the Constitutional right to confront one's accusers; PropertyProf Blog by Benjamin Barros of Widener; and Tillers on Evidence by Peter Tillers of Cardozo, who cites a fascinating bit from Green Bag about how courts in Iceland handle the problem of expertise -- they invite the experts in as lay judges rather than as witnesses.

 

 


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