Law professors’ blogs are getting a lot of attention on college campuses across the country. We all know the blog is a powerful tool. And postings reach people around the world in seconds. Tech savvy law professors have already joined the blogging craze. But the question has been raised – should those blogs be part of their “academic pursuit?” Join co-hosts and Law.com bloggers, Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi as they turn to our experts to get their insight on the credibility of the blog and look into the debate of law professor blogs vs. law professor articles. Craig and Bob welcome, Professor Susan Crawford, law professor at the Cardozo Law School, Professor Eugene Volokh, professor at UCLA Law School and founder of the blog, The Volokh Conspiracy and Professor Miriam Cherry, visiting professor at Hofstra University and blogger for ContractsProf and Concurring Opinions. Don’t miss out!
Coast to Coast with Robert Ambrogi and J. Craig Williams sparks a rapid-fire discussion about the new law that shields gunmakers from crime victim lawsuits, called The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms. Our special guests are Josh Horowitz, Exec. Dir., the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, David Kopel, Research Dir., Independence Institute and editor-in-chief, Journal on Firearms & Public Policy and Professor Eugene Volokh from the UCLA School of Law whose blog is The Volokh Conspiracy.