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May 7, 2007

A pleasing pro-blog comment from the judiciary

As chronicled here, Howard Bashman has recently been up in arms about "Ninth Circuit Judge Alex Kozinski's take-down of blogs."  Consequently, it was quite pleasing to receive from a reader this report on the thoughts of a higher authority:

I was at a gathering with Justice Sam Alito this afternoon. He spoke briefly about the dearth of useful material in law reviews, and in response, he was asked if legal blogs might be a more helpful secondary source for judges.  He immediately responded that "there's a great sentencing blog" -- but he wasn't sure about the others.

I'm blushing (and thinking that this post with a photo of Justice Alito in fine form got me in good with the new guy).

May 7, 2007 at 10:20 PM | Permalink


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He was talking about me not you. Ok, I wish. Congrats!

Posted by: karl | May 7, 2007 10:44:06 PM

Take it from an ex-con badspace.com is the way to go . http://www.badspace.com

Posted by: Kassie trenton | Jun 29, 2007 3:32:33 PM

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