This Blawg Review Speaks for Itself
As any 1L can tell you, "res ipsa loquitur" means the thing speaks for itself. This week, however, Res Ipsa Blog speaks not just for itself, but for the universe of other legal bloggers, as it hosts Blawg Review #186. Noting that today is International Students' Day, the author of the blog, Benson Varghese, himself a third-year student at the Texas Tech University School of Law, devotes his hosting duties to posts by or of interest to law students.
So what do law students find interesting? Pretty much the same stuff as lawyers, it appears -- technology, politics, the Supreme Court, IP and, of course, humor. In that latter category is the dead husband who killed his wife, an employment lawyer's liability analysis of the latest episode of The Office, and a voir dire classic from the vault of U.S. District Judge Jerry Buchmeyer. So check out Varghese's Blawg Review and catch up on the best of the blogosphere buzz.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on November 17, 2008 at 02:01 PM | Permalink
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