My Year in Review at CO
Because it is December, and we’re interested in
ballot-stuffing reminiscing, I thought that I might give you a Best-of-CO list for the 2006 year. I began going through our archives. As I quickly found, the task of collecting just a few of our best posts is pretty daunting, and involves too many apples to elephants comparisons. So, I quickly decided to limit the scope of the inquiry, to ten posts of mine during the past year that I think were particularly fun. Perhaps my co-bloggers will join in and post their own top-posts lists. Then we can have a vote. The list follows, after the jump, in chron order:
- Blogging and IRB Approval
- The Unraveling of the Market for Law Review Submissions
- SLUSA, SCOTUS, and Unintended Consequences
- Quantifying the Effect of Good Teaching
- Let Markets Help Criminal Defendants
- Must District Judges Give Reasons?
- Law School Admissions Standards As Law
- Is Torture Insurance A Smart Investment?
- What is Your Research Agenda: The Tenured Answer
- Xoxohth 1.1: The Past and Present
Hope you liked the list. Does it persuade you to vote for us in the Weblog Awards? Hope so! Our new goal, I think, should be to end up with 1/20th the votes of the VC.