2007 Census – Law Profs Blogging

Dan Solove, associate professor at George Washington School of Law, has compiled his annual survey of Law Professors blogging in the U.S.

The survey, available on his Concurring Opinions blog, revealed that as expected blawging is on the increase.

Of those law professors blogging, 74% are male and only 26% are female.

Findings are likely similar or representative of the Canadian blawging scene as well.

Complete results can be found here.

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4 Comments on "2007 Census – Law Profs Blogging"

  1. Interesting stats. I was wondering the number of prof blogs when I was picking courses and only came across one prof at the University of Ottawa advertising his blog. I would think it might be a little lower number in Canada as we lag behind a bit. 307 doesn’t seem like very much, but that seems to be growing quick.

  2. very interesting, but I don’t agree with you

  3. Care to elaborate as to why, and what specifically you don’t agree with?

  4. dave-thomas: hutchings | February 1, 2009 at 11:16 pm |

    how does one appeal the rule that says you must file a census form


    how do you opt out of filing a census form

    cheers hutch

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