• ABA Journal Blawg 100

    by  • November 26, 2013 • Faculty Commentary, Scholarship • 0 Comments

    The ABA Journal has just announced its 7th annual Blawg 100, a list of the publication’s favorite law blogs. Follow the link to peruse the blogs that the journal has chosen for “dedication, creativity and engagement with readers and the other minds of the legal blogosphere.” Users can vote for their favorites here.

    Our faculty members have contributed to some of the blogs on the list (and others that are now in the Blawg Hall of Fame), including IPWatchdogJotwell, Patently-O. See a selection of recent posts below:

    David SchwartzPAEs under the Microscope: An Empirical Investigation of Patent Holders as Litigants, Patently-O (Nov. 12, 2013)

    Chris Buccafusco, Out of the Mouths of Babes: Studying Children’s Judgments about Creativity, Ideas, and Ownership, Intellectual Property Jotwell (May 29, 2013)

    Chris SchmidtThe Global Community of Ideas That Created Neoliberalism, Legal History Jotwell (Apr. 30, 2013)

    David Schwartz, Contingent Fee Patent Litigation, IP Watchdog (Mar. 25, 2012)


    The purpose of the C-K Faculty Blog is to provide a forum that brings together all the rich intellectual contributions of the Chicago-Kent faculty and to encourage respectful and scholarly dialogue within the extended Chicago-Kent community, including faculty, students, alumni and colleagues at other law schools and universities. For questions or more information, contact the C-K Faculty Blog Editor by e-mail at facultyscholarship@kentlaw.iit.edu.

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