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Eric Muller's Hierarchy of Legal Scholarship

is here. Thanks to InstaPundit for the pointer.

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9.25.2006 5:41pm
Kierkegaard (mail):
Where does this hierarchy leave blog post commenters? Are we in the negatives and detrimental to legal scholarship overall? ;)
9.25.2006 5:48pm
Eugene Volokh (www):
Markamania: I'm pretty sure that posting a bunch of URLs in a comment is neither a good way to get on the blogroll, nor a way to impress the readers of the comments. On the other hand, following the link in the header to the Linking Policy may help answer your question.
9.25.2006 6:08pm
poster child (mail):
Eric Muller's a funny guy. He taught my Crim Law class. He does invite some serious wingnuts to guestblog though.
9.25.2006 7:29pm
Eric Muller (www):
"Moonbats," poster child, "moonbats."
9.25.2006 8:18pm