I’m still not sure that my all question-and-answer format experiment is going to work (as the title of this post suggests), but I am sure that it’s great news to see that another legal internet pioneer, Professor Bernard Hibbitts, has launched a new blog called the JURIST Editor’s Blog over at the widely-praised JURIST legal resources website, which has long been one of the premier legal websites.
The Editor’s Blog will highlight what’s new on the site and share some views on legal news and resources. Professor Hibbitts tells me that the JURIST site, among others things, integrates seventeen separate blogs into their legal newstream so seamlessly that many people do not realize that it is, at heart, a blog.
The Editor’s Blog has started out with coverage of the Alito hearings and links to useful resources about the hearings.
It’s great to put a human face on the JURIST site and learn more about Professor Hibbitts’ point of view on legal matters. I’ll also note that he looks younger in his picture than I had imagined him to be. Check out the new Editor’s Blog and its RSS feed. As they say, subcribed!
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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