Individual Supreme Court Justice Blogs: More Nonexistent Blogs That Need Authors
As you know, I'm a giving person. Remember, for example, when I offered up to all wannabe law bloggers the brilliant idea that someone out there needed to start the "Sex Tape Law Blog?" This led my main man Randy O'Neal, Esq. (actually I don't know Randy at all but I do like people who follow my suggestions) to go out and purchase SexTapeLaw.com as his possible entree into entertainment law.
Here's my next gift to you all, which is geared toward wannabe appellate law bloggers and inspired by Bob Ambrogi's report this week that there is now a blog dedicated to the late Justice William J. Brennan Jr. The Justice Brennan Blog is a tie-in to a new book about Brennan written by Seth Stern and Stephen Wermiel.
It strikes me that in a world where we already have multiple blogs writing about the legal aspects of Mixed Martial Arts, we should have blogs dedicated to each Supreme Court Justice. The Clarence Thomas blog, the Ruth Bader Ginsburg blog -- and so on. Each blog could become the premier expert on its Justice, tracking the justice's votes, predilections, clerks, speeches, gossip -- whatever. In a short time, I bet, the phone for each blog's author would be ringing regularly with calls from the media seeking analysis of cases and key appellate issues.
Any questions? No? Then get on out there and create some Supreme Court Justice blogs for LBW to watch!
Posted by Bruce Carton on September 16, 2010 at 12:53 PM | Permalink
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