The Volokh Conspiracy

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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.[1]

Contributors

Past regular contributors include:

Notes

  1. ^ Linda Greenhouse, Women Suddenly Scarce Among Justices’ Clerks, The New York Times, August 30, 2006

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