Blawg Review #75
Daniel Solove of Concurring Opinions plays host for this week's diamond-themed Blawg Review #75, an apt motif since this review is a true gem. Solove leads us around the blogosphere, from Bruce MacEwen's discussion of a proposed Dewey-Orrick merger (which is even covered in the mainstream press, in this New York Times article) to a couple of brawls (some harsh words from Feminist Law Professors Blogger Ann Bartow for Ann Althouse and a debate between Gordon Smith and Professor Bainbridge) to advice for job seekers and recommendation providers here, here and here about what makes for an effective letter of recommendation for a judicial clerkship and more advice on defending an RIAA lawsuit from a Slashdot Q&A with question-and-answer session with recording industry opponents Ty Rogers and Ray Beckerman, the attorneys who maintain the Recording Industry v. The People blog.
Next week's Blawg Review comes to David Maister's blog.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on September 18, 2006 at 05:31 PM | Permalink
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