How Blogs are Transforming Legal Scholarship

On behalf of the directors of the Berkman Center for Internet &
Society at Harvard Law School, I am delighted to invite you to our
spring conference, “Bloggership: How Blogs are Transforming Legal
Scholarship,” to be held Friday, April 28, 2006.

Please join us for a series of four panel discussions featuring some of
the most prominent legal bloggers, including Glenn Reynolds
(InstaPundit), Eugene Volokh (The Volokh Conspiracy), Ann Althouse
(Althouse), and Larry Solum (Legal Theory Blog). An equally
distinguished lineup of commentators from both inside and outside the
legal academy will provide context on the panelists’ work, including
Peter Lattman (The Wall Street Journal Law Blog) and Howard Bashman
(How Appealing). The discussions will be moderated by Paul L. Caron,
Charles Hartsock Professor of Law at the University of Cincinnati
College of Law, author of the Tax Prof Blog as well as the Publisher
and Editor-in-Chief of the Law Professor Blogs Network.

The conference will be held Friday, April 28, 2006 from 8:30 a.m. to
5:15 p.m. in the Ames Moot Courtroom on the second floor of Austin Hall
at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA.  The conference is free
and open to the public. We hope you will join us and feel free to let
others know that this event is taking place.  If you are
interested in the subject but are far away or otherwise cannot attend,
the audio feed from the conference will be webcast and accessible from
the Berkman Center’s home page.

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