Law prof blog-watch

[JURIST] Here's what's happening on law professors' weblogs Thursday: Rick Hasen [Election Law blog] of Loyola Law School Los Angeles has a last word [Election Law post] on his debate with colleague Lawrence Solum on political ideology and judicial selection.... Lawrence Solum [Legal Theory blog], meanwhile, runs down a list of Thursday law faculty workshops [Legal Theory post].... Stanford Law's Larry Lessig [Lessig Blog] parries criticism from GW Law's Orin Kerr on his characterization of judicial conduct in Eldred.... Eugene Volokh of UCLA offers a quick take on today's US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on flag displays on overpasses, and gives advice on choosing good titles for legal articles.



 

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