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Thursday, January 13, 2005

Law Professor Blog Cited by Supreme Court

Berman Lpb_roundKudos to Douglas Berman (Ohio State), editor of Sentencing Law and Policy blog, which is part of our Law Professor Blogs Network.  Doug's blog was cited by Justice Stevens in his dissent (at p. 7, n.4) in yesterday's U.S. v. Booker decision on the constitutionality of the federal sentencing guidelines.  Doug had a whirlwind day: he appeared on the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer to discuss the decision and his blog had over 20,000 visitors (and over 40,000 page views), rivaling the traffic generated by his profile in the Wall Street Journal this summer.

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