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June 29, 2008

Tangled up in cites


Over at Race to the Bottom, Jay Brown has this very kind and cool post, headlined "Law Blogs v. Rockers: CItations in Court Opinions."  Riffing off this list from the New York Times, which details court citation counts from renown rock-n-rollers, the post puts me in terrific rock-poet company. 

Inspired by the comparison, and one of my all-time favorite albums, here is a law-blog-cite version of one of my all-time favorite songs:
Early one mornin' the sun was shinin', I was surfin' the web
Wond'ring if courts had changed at all, if their cites were still dead
Some folks they said all the posts together, sure was gonna be rough
They never did like cyber-scholarship, using new tech wasn't snooty enough
And I kept bloggin' all the sentencing issues, cases fallin' in my sights
Keeping up with the Justices, lord knows I've not been always right,
Tangled up in cites.

June 29, 2008 at 02:49 PM | Permalink


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The New York Times, they are a changin'.

Posted by: Bill Arthur | Jun 29, 2008 6:38:47 PM

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