Washington University Law Review
This paper makes the case that generally, bloggership should be treated as a form of service for administrative purposes. On the other hand, in close cases of tenure and promotion, a record of high-quality bloggership could weigh in a candidate’s favor on scholarship. This paper seeks to advance the process of legitimizing blogging as a useful scholarly endeavor—not as a substitute for long-form legal scholarship, but as a meaningful appendage.
D. Gordon Smith,
A Case Study in Bloggership,
84 Wash. U. L. Rev. 1135
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