If you are looking for the future of legal scholarship, chances are that you may find it not in a treatise or the traditional law review but in a different form, profoundly influenced by the blogosphere.

Law-related blogs are proliferating on the Internet — more than 80 are listed on the blogroll of one popular law-related blog, Concurring Opinions. A significant number of the blogs — sometimes called “blawgs” — are hosted by law professors.

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