The Blogs the Judges Read
At his blog May it Please the Court, J. Craig Williams points to an article that answers the question, Which blogs do judges read? The article, from the spring/summer issue of the National Judicial College magazine Case in Point, looks at the blogs judges write and the ones they read -- and also examines the ethical and practical issues raised by judicial blogging. The article by writer Heather Singer includes a list of blogs mentioned by the people she interviewed for the article. The list offers a taste of the blogs judges favor -- and includes a few judges write:
As for the ethics of judges blogging, NJC President William F. Dressel said it all depends on what they write:
"As long as judges are using blogs to enhance public education and understanding of our justice system and not compromising the integrity of cases, then judicial blogs could serve and promote a greater understanding of the challenges and difficulties judges face in advancing justice."
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on August 23, 2007 at 04:59 PM | Permalink
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