The author has even sent the following survey – two judges have answered and granted permission to publish their answers to the following questions:
- When you cited a legal blog, did you consider it unusual or unprecedented at the time?
- How often do you read legal blogs?
- Which are your favorite legal blogs?
- Do you consider blogs to be substantial and legitimate forms of scholarship?
- Do you think legal blogs will begin to be cited more often by the courts?
- What predictions do you have about the effect of legal blogs on the profession?
- What other changes to the legal profession do you foresee because of the Internet and the online world in general?
- Do you regularly read law reviews? If so, which are your favorites?
- What advantages and disadvantages do legal blogs have when compared to law reviews and other traditional forms of scholarship?
- Do you have an opinion about whether law students, lawyers, and/or law professors should blog?
- Do you think it is appropriate for judges to blog? If you were to start one, what subject(s) would you write about?
- (Off the subject of blogging:) If you could change one thing about the legal educational system, what would it be?
[cross posted on Information Management Now]