I've just finished participating in the panel on Blogging, Scholarship, and the Bench and Bar at Santa Clara. The participants included Paul Butler, George Washington University Law School and blogger at Blackprof.com, Cindy Cohn, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Eric Goldman, Santa Clara Law School and blogger at the Technology & Marketing Law Blog, Judge Michael Daly Hawkins of the Ninth Circuit. The panel was moderated by Nancy H. Rogers, Dean,The Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law, and President , Association of American Law Schools, and Leigh Jones, Reporter, National Law Journal.
I'm in the airport now, just about to board a plan back to Washington, DC, but I wanted to thank Dean Rogers for inviting me to participate. All of the participants were terrific, and I especially enjoyed the insightful comments made by Eric Goldman who does such a fantastic job with Technology & Marketing Law Blog. I was privileged to be invited to talk about my work on Internet architecture and regulation in Eric's Internet law class--the student questions were amazingly rich and sophisticated.