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April 18, 2006

Judges on blogs and blogging

As first noted in this post, Ian Best at 3L Epiphany has impressively assembled here a (comprehensive?) collection of cases that cite legal blogs.  In addition, Ian apparently sent the judges who have cited blogs a series of interesting follow-up questions.  At least two judges have already thoughtfully responded:

  • The thoughtful answers from Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith Ann Lanzinger to Ian's questions can be found here.
  • The thoughtful and humorous answers from Nebraska U.S. District Judge Richard G. Kopf can be found here.

For anyone interesting in judging, blogging or just the future of legal ideas and practices, these two blog interviews (blogerviews?) are must reading.

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