Paul L. Caron

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Law Professor Blogs Network Launches Four New Blogs, Seeks New Bloggers

LPBN LogoThe Law Professor Blogs Network is thrilled to announce the launch/re-launch of four blogs:

  • Business Law Prof Blog, by C. Steven Bradford (Nebraska), Eric C. Chaffee (Toledo), Joshua P. Fershee (West Virginia), Marcia L. Narine (St. Thomas), Stefan J. Padfield (Akron) & Anne Tucker (Georgia State)
  • Education Law Prof Blog, by Derek Black (South Carolina) LaJuana Davis (Cumberland) & Areto Imoukhuede (Nova)
  • Elder Law Prof Blog, by Kim Dayton (William Mitchell), Rebecca C. Morgan (Stetson) & Katherine C. Pearson (Penn State)
  • Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform, by Douglas A. Berman (Ohio State)

With the support of our sponsor Wolters Kluwer Law & Business/Aspen Publishers, the Network is seeking to expand by (1) recruiting law professors to launch blogs in other areas of the law school curriculum not currently covered by the Network (including Administrative Law, Appellate Advocacy, Bankruptcy, Civil Rights, Human Rights, Intellectual Property, Law & Economics, National Security, Native American Law, Race and the Law, and Trial Advocacy); and (2) affiliating with existing blogs edited by law professors. We offer bloggers the premier blogging platform and the opportunity to share in the growing sponsorship and advertising revenues generated by the Network.  For more information, see here.

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I can promise you that here in Florida, "Elder Law" is a legitimate focus for a legal practice. Whether it makes for compelling blog content, well......

Posted by: Will | Sep 10, 2013 5:46:12 PM

I'm glad about the re-launch of the business law blog, and Prof. Bradford can look forward to my participation.

Posted by: Woody | Sep 10, 2013 8:42:23 AM

Do any of these professors have worked a day in their lives? Is there a real, paying profession called elder law? I dont even know what education law or how to make money on it. Marijuana law? The scam is strong in these.

Posted by: vijay | Sep 10, 2013 7:36:46 AM