Harvard Bloggership Conference

harvardlawschool.jpgI’m very excited to be participating next week in the conference Bloggership: How Blogs Are Transforming Legal Scholarship at Harvard Law School.

Paul Caron (law, Ohio State) of TaxProf Blog (and king of the Caron blogging empire) has put together a terrific array of speakers, including well-known bloggers such as Eugene Volokh, Glenn Reynolds, Ann Althouse, Orin Kerr, Larry Ribstein, Michael Froomkin, Christine Hurt, Larry Solum, Ellen Podgor, Doug Berman, Howard Bashman, Paul Butler, and many more.

The conference is on Friday, April 28th at Harvard Law School from 8:30 AM to 5:15 PM.

I’m on a panel which includes Glenn Reynolds, Eugene Volokh, Eric Goldman, and Betsy Malloy. I’m fairly certain I’ll come up with something to disagree with them about!

I’ll also be among a group of bloggers hanging around for the bloggers-meet-readers event that Eugene Volokh is organizing for Thursday, April 27th at 9PM. Eugene Volokh has the details here, along with a list of bloggers who plan to attend.

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  1. Ann Bartow says:

    For a rather dyspeptic take on at least a portion of this conference, see: http://metacomments.blogspot.com/2006/04/blogs-suck-and-i-hate-them.html