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Blawg Review #106 (and earlier)

We've been remiss lately in noting the weekly installments of Blawg Review, the traveling carnival that collects some of each week's best law-related blog posts. Last week's (#105) was hosted by Toronto law librarian Connie Crosby, who like many of her predecessors generously included a highlight from Point of Law (Michael Krauss's post on the irrationality of punitive damage calculations). Other recent installments have been hosted by Sheryl Schelin at South Carolina Employment Law Blog (#104), Jonathan Frieden at E-Commerce Law (#103), Californian George Wallace's perennial-favorite insurance blog Declarations and Exclusions (#102), Kentucky lawyer Diana Skaggs's Divorce Law Journal (#101), and the anonymous instigator of Blawg Review him/herself (#100). And the newest in the series, #106, is hosted by Iowa patent attorney Brett Trout.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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