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What Blogs Do Judges Read?

The National Judicial College magazine, Case In Point, published an article in its Spring/Summer 2007 edition entitled:  "Are You Out There? Blogging On The Bench" by Heather Singer, NJC Communications Specialist.  The article features blogs that judges write, and blogs that judges read.  MIPTC is honored to be on the short list of blogs in the article, which include:

Becker/Posner Blog

Say What?!

Underneath Their Robes, now posted un-anonymously at Above The Law

A Criminal Waste of Space 

SCOTUSblog

As the Island Floats

Have Opinion Will Travel

Sentencing Law and Policy

Court Watch

Bench Conference

Blonde Justice

Grits for Breakfast

Anonymous Lawyer

How Appealing

Law Blog Metrics (formerly 3L Epiphany)

Courthouse Forum

Indefensible

Jurist Paper Chase

The Volokh Conspiracy

Instapundit

Blawg Review

May It Please The Court

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