April 27, 2006
Off to talk about blogging...
This morning I'm off to Boston for this exciting conference at Harvard Law School on blogs and legal scholarship — entitled "Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship." The interesting papers for the conference, including my contribution, can be accessed at this special SSRN page.
Ironically, blogging will be likely be light while I spend time with other law bloggers talking about blogging. But, as detailed below, the last two weeks have brought plenty of sentencing action to keep everyone busy:
SCOTUS DEATH PENALTY DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- More coverage of the Hill lethal injection argument
- SCOTUS to enter lethal injection scrummages today
- Reports on Marsh re-argument
- Human Rights Watch issues report on lethal injection
- A capital week for SCOTUS arguments
- Reconsidering Roper?
OTHER SCOTUS SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- Thoughtful commentary on Salinas summary reversal
- Commentary on the "good-time" cert. denial
- Notable split habeas ruling from SCOTUS
- Interesting sentencing start to an interesting SCOTUS week
- Recuenco oral argument report
- If a Blakely case is argued in the woods...
BOOKER DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- The Booker horror picture show
- Full draft of Tweaking Booker
- Judge McConnell on "The Booker Mess"
- Pondering the "Booker boomerang"
- Classic reasonableness pair from the Circuits
- Notable Booker rulings in the Fourth and Ninth Circuits
OTHER SENTENCING DEVELOPMENTS AND COMMENTARY
- Another uninspired round of Bush pardons
- Troubling patterns in Bush's pardons
- Fascinating Forbes series on alternatives to prison
- Insightful commentary on state sentencing realities
- Compelling story about state sentencing inequality
- California's sentencing and parole problems
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Very interesting contribution. I especially enjoyed reading the potential pitfalls involved with incessant blogging. With many of your internal struggles (time, professional obligations, etc.), I had figured as much (or maybe had hoped as much). But it is nice to not only gain an inner perspective, but also to be assured--from the "uni-blogger's" mouth--that the juggling you undoubtedly undertake on a daily basis is not as coordinated as you make it look.
Posted by: Shawn Davisson | Apr 28, 2006 12:32:28 AM