Blawg Review's Blond Streaks
According to this women's magazine blurb, nothing says summer more than sun-kissed hair. Here in the blogosphere, Blawg Review is taking that advice to heart, with a blond streak running through last week's Blawg Review #61 hosted by Blonde Justice and this week's Blawg Review #62, where Matt Barr shares hosting duties with his adorable blonde muffin.
Blonde Muffin shepherds us through all of last week's top stories, such as Professor Volokh's response to Captain Copyright, a Canadian educational Web site that misstates the law on copyright and the continuing attempts by James Joyce's descendants to limit access to Joyce's works even for research purposes, as noted in Overlawyered. Also, coverage of the much-discussed Hudson v. Michigan knock and announce rule case and a round-up of law school posts in honor of Fathers' Day acheiving work-life balance.
Finally, Matt links us to his early analysis of Supreme Court opinion statistics for this year. He concludes that "this
Court builds consensus far more often than the Rehnquist Court did at
the end," which was what many had predicted when Roberts took to the bench.
I don't know if it's true that blondes have more fun, but readers of both this week's and last week's blonde-streaked Blawg Reviews certainly do. What a great way to start the summer.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on June 19, 2006 at 01:45 PM | Permalink
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