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July 23, 2006

On blogs, clinics and court advocacy

Thanks to law.com, here are two interesting piece about modern developments in court advocacy:

Combining the ideas from both these intriguing pieces, I wonder if any law school has thought about launching a legal blogging clinic with an emphasis on court advocacy.

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that's a powerful idea.

Posted by: anon afpd | Jul 23, 2006 5:11:08 PM

and then Justice will prevail.

Posted by: Welch | Jul 23, 2006 9:16:59 PM

That couldn't be Orin Kerr's blog and your blog that he refers to in the opening paragraphs, now could it?

Posted by: Brian | Jul 24, 2006 3:45:33 PM

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