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Around the Blawgosphere: Ideas on Fixing Long Lines at Polling Places; America’s Funniest Lawyer

How Should Obama ‘Fix That’?

University of Califorina, Irvine, law professor Richard Hasen wrote at Election Law Blog about how he thinks President…

Around the Blawgosphere: Legal Bloggers on the Hurricane Sandy Aftermath

Hurricane Sandy has had a tremendous impact on the week’s events for those who were caught in its path or worried from afar about loved ones living in affected areas.…

Around the Blawgosphere: ‘Financial Literacy’ at NYU Law; A 10th Law School in Illinois?

Redefining the Basics

Last week, New York University Law School announced plans to remake its curriculum. This week at the New York Times’ Dealbook

Around the Blawgosphere: Media Getting Rape Case Wrong, Bloggers Say; Will LinkedIn Take Over?

In 2008, a Connecticut jury found Richard Fourtin Jr. guilty of sexually assaulting a woman with severe cerebral palsy. But in 2009, state appellate court, considering “the sole issue of…

Around the Blawgosphere: SCOTUSblog Hits 10-Year Mark; Building an Affordable Suit Wardrobe

Landmark Log-in

Ten years ago this First Monday, SCOTUSBlog was born. Tom Goldstein and (his wife) Amy Howe’s blog “had 30 hits, and…

Around the Blawgosphere: Questions Employment Law Bloggers Would Like to See the Candidates Debate

In anticipation of the first presidential debate on Wednesday and the vice presidential debate on Oct. 11, five employment law bloggers joined forces this week to share what labor and…

Around the Blawgosphere: David Lat Takes a Crack at ‘Clerk Lit’; Introverts and Extroverts on Juries

A Novel Blog

Corrected: There was a subtle promo at the end of an Above the Law post last week and at the post at

Around the Blawgosphere: Law Profs Evaluate Self-Help Websites for Consumer Reports; Apples and Eggs

Juris Docs on Legal Docs

Robert Ambrogi’s Lawsites took note of how the magazine Consumer Reports used self-help legal websites LegalZoom, Nolo and…

Around the Blawgosphere: ‘Eastwooding’ in Litigation; In Defense of Strunk & White

Arguing with an Empty Chair in Court

Since actor Clint Eastwood’s speech last week at the Republican National Convention in which he talked to an imaginary…

Around the Blawgosphere: Why the Law Doesn’t Suck; Judge Alex Kozinski on the Big Screen

Bloggers write to win

This week at Simple Justice, in honor of finding himself in possession of a copy of Writing to Win by Steven Stark, New…

Around the Blawgosphere: Blogger’s Advice to New Law Grads? Find Mentor to Answer ‘Dumb’ Questions

For All the New Grads

A recent law school graduate and aspiring personal injury lawyer asked New York Personal Injury Law Blog’s Eric…

Around the Blawgosphere: Thoughts of Aspiring BigLaw Summer Associates; Where Should Firms Expand?

BigLaw Rush

Because summer associate classes in Atlanta outposts of BigLaw firms are small—“in the single digits, or maybe 11”—or being cut altogether, a number of law students from Emory…

Around the Blawgosphere: Proposal to Save Law Students Money on Books; Adjunct Blasts Rankings

“$150 Million Casebook Challenge”

At the CALI Spotlight Blog, Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction executive director John Mayer, laid out a “$150 million casebook challenge.”

He…

Around the Blawgosphere: Bar Associations Too Cautious on Ethics of Cloud Computing, Blogger Writes

Clouded Judgment

At My Shingle, Washington, D.C., solo Carolyn Elefant takes various state bar associations to task for their uniformly similar recommendations that lawyers get their clients’…

Around the Blawgosphere: Lawyer’s Story of Proud Americans—Who Waited 54 Years for Citizenship

Believing in America

On July 4, “Ken” shared at Popehat a story (which he confesses he has posted before) of an Independence Day in the early 1990s in…

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