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February 04, 2009


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Scott Graham (Cal Law editor)

If a law professor is oriented toward blogging, isn't s/he going to want to blog him or herself? Could a professor be expected to give up part of the professor's own intellectual turf to a student?


I suppose it would require some altruism on the part of professors, but professors often serve as advisers to journals and sometimes help students with papers, law review articles, etc. I bet most professors wouldn't mind having a few extra people around to bounce ideas off of either. Co-authorship has its rewards.

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