Washington University Law Review
Written in the form of a blog, this paper highlights the creative and communicative benefits of blogging, in particular legal blogging. This comment argues that aside from being intrinsically rewarding, blogging offers a concise scholarly model addressing a wider-ranger of topics. In this way, the paper claims that blogging has the potential for self-discovery and innovation in a way that legal scholarship might not.
Why a Narrowly Defined Legal Scholarship Blog Is Not What I Want: An Argument in Pseudo-Blog Form,
84 Wash. U. L. Rev. 1221
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