HLS Symposium: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship

HARVARD LAW SCHOOL SYMPOSIUM ON BLOGGERSHIP:
HOW BLOGS ARE TRANSFORMING LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP
APRIL 28, 2006

Web logs (“blogs”) are transforming much of American society, including government, politics, journalism, and business. In the past few years, blogs have begun to affect the delivery of legal education, the production and dissemination of legal scholarship, and the practice of law. We are delighted that twenty of the nationís
leading law professor bloggers have agreed to join with us for the first scholarly conference on the impact of blogs on the legal academy. The conference is sponsored by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School with the online proceedings provided by SSRN.

There will be four panels with presentations of papers, accompanied by commentary and questions from the audience. The symposium will be held in the Ames Courtroom at Harvard Law School. It is free and open to the public; advance registration is not required.

Online proceedings are available at SSRN (the Social Science Research Network).

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One thought on “HLS Symposium: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship

  1. Watch out everybody.. this might be the start of true democracy….But what does it matter if we can all say what we think if we cannot all think what to say?

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