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Of Paul Caron’s Law Prof Blog Rankings, Brian Leiter has noted: “Of the top five, four have almost nothing to do with law, and four are right-wing or far right-wing in their political orientation.” They are also heavily male dominated (but see the Legal History Blog, The Conglomerate, the Family Law Prof Blog, and Althouse). You won’t find some very good law prof blogs with predominantly women authors listed by Caron’s methodology, so allow me to highlight them here, in no particular order:
Feel free to leave any omissions in the comments.