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January 10, 2007

Around the blogosphere

Lots of amazing sentencing stuff at lots of my favorite blogs lately, particularly at:

In addition, as I mentioned briefly here, this semester I am experimenting with a class blog for my Death Penalty course.  Today was the first class, and thus ame the day for launching the new blog, cleverly titled Death Penalty Course @ Moritz College of Law.  Though I am doing all the blogging there right now, soon I will expect students to do some posting.  In the meantime, I hope SL&P readers (especially those particularly interested in the death penalty) might check out and perhaps comment on my course blogging experiment.

January 10, 2007 at 05:03 PM | Permalink


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