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Law professors have increasingly turned to blogs and other electronic media to address current legal issues. Law schools must evaluate if the work of these “blawgers” should weigh comparably with traditional hard copy scholarship. Does this form of writing present challenges to credibility or does its timeliness make it particularly useful? On Sept. 17, 2007, the Association of American Law Schools and The National Law Journal gathered a roundtable of legal experts at Santa Clara University’s High Tech Law Institute and Center for Social Justice and Public Service to discuss the issue of blogs as scholarship. Blogging, scholarship and the bench and bar Excerpts from our panel discussion on the impact of blogging on traditional scholarship and its place in the practice of law. Will blogs supplant legal journals? Jessie Seyfer of The Recorder, an affiliate of The National Law Journal, reports on the roundtable. This is the second installment in a series of roundtables on issues in the legal profession co-sponsored by The National Law Journal and the Association of American Law Schools.For further reading, read the excerpts of our first conversation on Law Student Debt.

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