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Coast to Coast Internet Radio Queries Law Professor About Blogs

Law professors’ blogs are getting a lot of attention on college campuses across the country, and the blog has become a powerful tool.  Postings reach people around the world in seconds.  Tech-savvy law professors have already joined the blogging craze.  But the question has been raised - should those blogs be part of their "academic pursuit?”  Join my co-host and fellow Law.com blogger, Bob Ambrogi and me as Coast to Coast turns to the experts to get their insight on the credibility of the blog and look into the debate of law professor blogs vs. law professor articles. 

Bob and I welcome three guests:  Professor Susan Crawford, law professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and author of the Susan Crawford Blog; Professor Eugene Volokh, professor at UCLA School of Law and founder of the blog, The Volokh Conspiracy; and, Professor Miriam Cherry, visiting professor at Hofstra School of Law and blogger for ContractsProf and Concurring Opinions.

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