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Monday, February 20, 2006 

Empirical Legal Studies

Here's a heads up on a new legal blog. The Empirical Legal Studies blog's goal is to "advance productive and interdisciplinary discourse among empirical legal scholars." I have almost no experience in this area, so reading this blog will hopefully open my eyes to a few new viewpoints on the study of law. Prof. Jason Czarnezki of Marquette University Law School (and more importantly, the person who taught me environmental law) is one of the main bloggers.

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