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October 6, 2007

Top blawgs for would-be law school innovators

The folks at Blawg Review have created this meme throughout the blawgosphere urging the creation of a "list of blawgs that are 'simply the best.'"  Rather than jump into the "best" game, I thought it made more sense here to list what I consider the be the most important blawg reads for would be law-school innovators.  Here goes (in alphabetical order):

I am sure I am leaving out some useful reads, so perhaps readers in the comments will flag other blogs that talk about legal education and its possible reforms.

On a tangential front, I think someone (perhaps the folks at Law Blog Metrics) ought to be tracking and analyzing which types of blawgs are making the most best 10 lists.

Posted by DAB

October 6, 2007 in Blogging by lawyers and law professors | Permalink

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I can't say that I am a regular reader of all of these blogs, but I'm not sure that all of them pay significant attention to law school innovations.

Posted by: Anupam Chander | Oct 6, 2007 6:21:44 PM

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