Category Archives: Blog Administration

Law Prof Blogging and Commercial Advertising

Dan Solove has once again updated his law professor blogger census, see this and this. He noted: My latest tally is 235 bloggers, with 47 new bloggers and 14 bloggers who departed the blogosphere since my last census in November … Continue reading

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Feminist Law Profs! Post Conference Announcements Here!

I don’t really get the point of all the mailings from other law schools, they generally go right into my recycling bin, but I receive quite a few, so someone somewhere thinks they are accomplishing something somehow. But are they? … Continue reading

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About This Blog, Redux

Started less than two months ago, sometime today this blog will hit the “20,000 pageloads” mark. About half of those pageloads were generated by me, editing and checking up on things (I exaggerate, but less than you might think), but … Continue reading

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You may want to wash your hands and down some vitamin C after reading this post because I’m typing it with a terrible cold.

My head hurts, my throat feels like it has been sandpapered, and my abraided nose has given up all pretense of breathing facilitation. Blarg. But I wanted to post a reminder: Send CFPs, lecture and conference information, and publication announcements … Continue reading

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About This Blog

This blog is an effort to build a stronger community of feminist law professors across geography, law schools, and scholarly subject areas. The righthand column lists law professors who self-identify as feminists, and provides links to their professional or personal … Continue reading

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Welcome to the “Feminist Law Professors” Blog

This is the initial iteration of a blog that will: 1. List law professors (by law school) who self-identify as feminist, and provides links to their professional or personal web pages (or wherever is preferred by the listee) – see … Continue reading

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