Law Professor Blogger Census Chart 2007: N-Z

The chart of schools N-Z in the census is below the fold.

To see the first half of the chart, A-M, click here.

Nebraska Anthony Schutz M Agricultural Law
UNLV Nancy Rapoport F MoneyLawLegal Profession Blog NEW BLOG
New England. Eric Lustig NEW M Adjunct Law Prof Blog
N.Y. Law Sch. James Grimmelmann NEW M The Laboritorium
N.Y. Law Sch. Art Leonard M Leonard Link
N.Y. Law Sch. Beth Simone Noveck F Cairns Blog
NYU Daniel Shaviro M Start Making Sense
UNC Eric Muller M Is That Legal?
UNC Andrew Chin M Voiceless
UNC Melissa Jacoby F Credit Slips
Northern Kentucky Richard Bales M Workplace Prof Blog
Northern Kentucky Barbara McFarland F Legal Writing Prof Blog
Northern Kentucky Bill Sjostrom M Truth on the Market
Northwestern Lee Epstein NEW F Balkinization
Northwestern Andrew Koppelman NEW M Balkinization
Northwestern James Lindgren M Volokh Conspiracy
Notre Dame Richard Garnett M Mirror of Justice and PrawfsBlawg
Notre Dame Cathleen Kaveny F dotCommonweal
Notre Dame Vincent Rougeau M Mirror of Justice
Nova Gail Levin Richmond NEW M Adjunct Law Prof Blog
Ohio State Douglas Berman M Sentencing Law and Policy and Law School Innovation NEW BLOG
Ohio State Dale Oesterle M Business Law Prof Blog
Ohio State Daniel Tokaji M Equal Vote
Oklahoma Michael Scaperlanda M Mirror of Justice
Oregon Hari Osofsky NEW F IntLawGrrls
Pace Bridget Crawford F Feminist Law Profs
Pace Marie Newman F Out of the Jungle
Pace Darren Rosenblum NEW M Feminist Law Professors
Penn St. Dickinson Larry Catá Backer M Law at the End of the Day
Pepperdine Roger Alford M Opinio Juris
Pittsburgh Elena Baylis NEW F IntLawGrrls
Pittsburgh Richard Delgado M BlackProf
Pittsburgh Michael Madison M and IP and IT Conferences
Pittsburgh Bernard Hibbitts M The Paper Chase
Pittsburgh Anthony Infanti NEW M Feminist Law Professors
Regent David Wagner M Ninomania
Richmond Benjamin Spencer M Split Circuits
Rutgers-Camden Elizabeth Lutes Hillman NEW F IntLawGrrls
Rutgers-Camden Michael Livingston M From Milan to Mumbai
Rutgers-Newark Sherry Colb NEW F Dorf on Law
Rutgers-Newark Keith Sharfman M Truth on the Market
San Diego Gail Heriot F The Right Coast
San Diego Adam Kolber M Neuroethics & Law Blog
San Diego Orly Lobel F PrawfsBlawg and Consumer Law & Policy Blog
San Diego Shaun Martin M California Appellate Blog
San Diego David McGowan M Legal Ethics Forum
San Diego Michael Rappaport M The Right Coast
San Diego Maimon Schwarzschild M The Right Coast
San Diego Thomas Smith M The Right Coast
St. John’s Christopher Borgen M Opinio Juris
St. John’s Jeff Sovern M Consumer Law & Policy Blog
St. John’s Brian Tamanaha M Balkinization
St. Thomas Thomas Berg M Mirror of Justice
St. Thomas Greg Sisk M Mirror of Justice
St. Thomas Elizabeth Schiltz NEW F Mirror of Justice
St. Thomas Susan Stabile F Mirror of Justice
St. Thomas Robert Vischer M Mirror of Justice
Santa Clara Steve Diamond M Global Labor and the Global Economy and Corporate Law and the Global Economy and Vallywood!
Santa Clara David Friedman M Ideas
Santa Clara Eric Goldman M Goldman’s Observations and Technology & Marketing Law Blog
Seton Hall Howard Erichson NEW M Mass Tort Litigation Blog
Seton Hall Thomas Healy NEW M Dorf on Law
Seton Hall Shavar Jeffries M BlackProf
Seton Hall Frank Pasquale M and Concurring Opinions NEW BLOG
South Carolina Ann Bartow F and Feminist Law Profs
USC Mary Dudziak NEW F Legal History Blog
Southern Illinois Sue Liemer F Legal Writing Prof Blog
SMU Shubha Ghosh M Antitrust Prof Blog
SMU Thomas Mayo M HealthLawBlog NEW BLOG
SMU Susan Scafidi F Counterfeit Chic
South Texas Drury Stevenson NEW M Administrative Law Prof Blog
Southwestern Michael Scott M Singularity
Southwestern Katherine Sheehan F Doing Justice
Southwestern Byron Stier M Mass Tort Litigation Blog
Stanford Jennifer Granick F The Shout
Stanford Lawrence Lessig M Lessig Blog
Stetson Paul Boudreaux M Land Use Prof Blog
Stetson Ellen Podgor F White Collar Crime Prof Blog and Law School Innovation NEW BLOG
Suffolk Jeff Lipshaw NEW M Legal Profession Blog and MoneyLaw
Suffolk Betsy McKenzie F Out of the Jungle
Suffolk Andrew Perlman M Legal Ethics Forum
Temple Jeff Dunoff M International Economic Law and Policy Blog
Temple David Hoffman M Concurring Opinions
Temple Duncan Hollis M Opinio Juris
Temple David Post M Volokh Conspiracy
Temple Jaya Ramji-Nogales NEW F Int’LawGrrls
Temple Peter Spiro M Opinio Juris
Tennessee Jeff Hirsch NEW M Workplace Prof Blog
Tennessee Glenn Reynolds M Instapundit
Texas> Frank Cross NEW M Empirical Legal Studies
Texas Brian Leiter M Leiter Reports and Leiter’s Law School Reports
Texas Sanford Levinson M Balkinization and Open University
Texas Wayne Scheiss M Plain Legal Writing
Texas Tech. Gerry Beyer M Wills Trusts and Estates Prof Blog
Texas Tech. Ann Graham F Banking Law Prof Blog
Texas Tech. Nancy Soonpaa F Legal Writing Prof Blog
Texas Wesleyan Wayne Barnes M Contracts Prof Blog
Texas Wesleyan Franklin Snyder M Contracts Prof Blog
Thomas Jefferson Steve Berenson NEW M Legal Ethics Forum
Thomas Jefferson Deven Desai NEW M Concurring Opinions and
Thomas Jefferson Kaimi Wenger M Concurring Opinions
Toledo Howard Friedman M Religion Clause
Toledo Geoffrey Rapp M Sports Law Blog
Touro Jonathan Ezor M Tech Law Prof Blog
Touro Meredith Miller F Contracts Prof
Touro Michelle Zakarin F Tech Law Prof Blog
Trinity Donald McConnell M Trinitarian Don
Tulane Alan Childress M Legal Profession Blog
Tulane Stephen Griffin M Balkinization
Tulane Pamela Metzger NEW F Clinical Law Prof
UCLA Stephen Bainbridge M and Professor Bainbridge on Wine
UCLA Devon Carbado M BlackProf
UCLA Russell Korobkin M Volokh Conspiracy
UCLA Eugene Volokh M Volokh Conspiracy
UMKC Barbara Glesner Fines F Family Law Prof Blog
UNLV Keith Rowley M Contracts Prof Blog
Vermont Ellen Swain F Law School Academic Support Blog
Villanova Patrick Brennan M Mirror of Justice
Villanova Michael Carroll NEW M Carrollogos
Villanova James Maule M MauledAgain
Villanova Robert Miller NEW M First Things: On the Square
Villanova Mark Sargent M Mirror of Justice
Wake Forest Bobby Chesney M National Security Advisors
Washington U. Sam Bagenstos M Disability Law Blog
Washington U. Christopher Bracey M BlackProf
Washington & Lee Melissa Waters F Concurring Opinions
Wayne State Linda Beale F A Taxing Matter
Wayne State Derek Bambauer M InfoLaw
Wayne State Steven Davidoff NEW M M & A Prof Blog
Wayne State Peter Henning M White Collar Crime Prof Blog
Wayne State Julia Qin F International Economic Law and Policy Blog
Western New England Erin Buzuvis F Title IX Blog
Western New England Jamison Colburn NEW M Dorf on Law
Western New England William Childs M and TortsProf Blog
Western New England Sudha Setty F Title IX Blog
Widener Benjamin Barros M PropertyProf Blog
Widener Robert Justin Lipkin NEW M Essentially Contested America and Ratio Juris
Willamette Laura Appleman F Legal Ethics Forum
Willamette Susan Smith F Environmental Law Prof Blog
William & Mary Nathan Oman M Concurring Opinions
William Mitchell Donna Byrne NEW F Food Law Prof Blog
William Mitchell Kim Dayton F Elder Law Prof Blog
William Mitchell Robert E. Oliphant M Family Law Prof Blog
William Mitchell J. David Prince M Products Liability Law Prof Blog
William Mitchell Nancy Ver Steegh F Family Law Prof Blog
William Mitchell Michael Steenson M Products Liability Law Prof Blog
Wisconsin Ann Althouse F Althouse
Yale Ian Ayres M Balkinization
Yale Jack Balkin M Balkinization
Yale Heather Gerken NEW F Balkinization

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7 Responses

  1. JPS says:

    Father Drinan has passed away, and Left2Right hasnt had a post in over a year.

  2. At Feminist Law Profs, we’ve had some regular bloggers who aren’t on CO’s list yet: Darren Rosenblum (Pace), Ralph Stein (Pace), Anthony C. Infanti (Pitt), David S. Cohen (Drexel). Thanks.

  3. Mary Dudziak says:

    Thanks for doing this. Small correction, since you note new blogs — I should have mentioned this earlier — the Legal History Blog is a new blog (late Nov. 06).

  4. creditproof me says:

    Melissa Jacoby no longer blogs at Credit Slips.

  5. Art Leonard says:

    Thanks for listing me; no thanks for listing me as female! Despite the increasing number of posts on my blog about transgender law, I am not personally involved in gender transitioning, was born male, and still am!

    Also, my faculty colleague Beth Noveck is also a very busy blogger, but somehow hasn’t turned up on this census. She blogs heavily on cyberlaw, and helped to develop the new project by which the scientific community is being invited to participate in vetting new patent and trademark applications through a special dedicated wiki.

  6. Art — I don’t quite understand your comment. Beth is listed on the census, and your gender error was fixed a day ago.

  7. Matt says:

    John Oberdiek at Rutgers-Camden is an occasional contributor to the philosophy (mostly) blog PEA SOUP. William Edmundson from Georgia State is a semi-regular contributor to Brian Leiter’s blog.