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Eugene Volokh, founder of the "conspiracy".
The Volokh Conspiracy is a blog which mostly covers United States legal and political issues, generally from a libertarian or conservative perspective. One of the most widely read legal blogs in the United States, The Volokh Conspiracy has more than one million page views each month. This group blog has more than a dozen contributors, most of whom are law professors. Each blog entry is signed. The Volokh Conspiracy was cited by The New York Times in an article dealing with the paucity of female Supreme Court clerks.
- Eugene Volokh, UCLA School of Law professor, one of its eponymous founders.
- Alexander "Sasha" Volokh, currently a visiting professor at the Emory University School of Law, the weblog's other eponymous founder.
- Dale Carpenter, professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, and adjunct professor of law at William Mitchell College of Law.
- David Kopel, research director of the Independence Institute and adjunct professor, University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
- David Bernstein, professor at the George Mason University School of Law.
- David Hyman, professor of law at the University of Illinois College of Law.
- David Post, I. Herman Stern Professor of Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law, adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, and co-director of ICANNWatch.org, Disputes.org, and the Cyberspace Law Institute.
- Eric Posner, professor of law at the University of Chicago Law School.
- Erik Jaffe, who runs a law office.
- Ilya Somin, professor of law at George Mason University School of Law.
- Jim Lindgren, professor of law at Northwestern University School of Law and director of their Demography of Diversity Project.
- Jonathan H. Adler, professor of law at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, who contributed under the pseudonym "Juan Non-Volokh" until May 1, 2006.
- Kenneth Anderson, professor of law at American University.
- Kevan Choset ("Puzzleblogger"), a New York attorney.
- Orin Kerr, associate professor of law at the George Washington University Law School.
- Paul Cassell, professor of law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah.
- Randy Barnett, professor of law at the Georgetown University Law Center.
- Russell Korobkin, professor of law at the UCLA School of Law.
- Stuart Benjamin, professor of law at Duke Law.
- Todd Zywicki, professor of law at George Mason University School of Law.
- Tyler Cowen, professor of economics at George Mason University and at the Center for the Study of Public Choice and Director of the James Buchanan Center and the Mercatus Center.
Past regular contributors include:
- ^ Linda Greenhouse, Women Suddenly Scarce Among Justices’ Clerks, The New York Times, August 30, 2006
- Daniel J. Solove, The future of reputation: gossip, rumor, and privacy on the Internet, Yale U Press (2007) ISBN 978-0-300-12498-9
- Cass R. Sunstein, Infotopia: how many minds produce knowledge, Oxford U Press (2006) ISBN 978-0-19-518928-5
- James A. Durham, Deborah McMurray, eds., The lawyer's guide to marketing your practice, American Bar Association (2003) ISBN 978-1-59031-355-8