Law Prof Network Hits the Big Five-O
It was Sept. 24, 2004, when University of Cincinnati law professor Paul L. Caron, flush with the success of the 100,000th visitor to his TaxProf Blog, announced that he was in the process of creating a Law Professor Blogs Network. At that point, the network consisted of Caron's blog and Douglas Berman's Sentencing Law & Policy Blog. A week later, Caron announced the addition of LaborProf Blog (now Workplace Prof Blog), and the network was on a roll. The goal, Caron explained, was to pull together a network of "leading scholars and teachers who are committed to providing the web destination for law professors in their fields."
This month, Caron and company launched five more law professor blogs, bringing the total (by my count) to the nice round number of 50. The newest five members are:
Congratulations to Caron, Joe Hodnicki, the network's chief of operations, and all the professors who participate and make the network such a valuable resource.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on May 24, 2007 at 03:50 PM | Permalink
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