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Tuesday, November 19, 2002

Putting The "High" In "Higher Courts"

"A visit to Howard's site is like hanging out with the world's most compulsive law librarian and Jay Leno at the same time," says online journalist Dahlia Lithwick, the Supreme Court correspondent for Slate and a Bashman fan. "It goes a long way toward proving that law might actually be interesting and important to people outside the profession."
More well-deserved recognition for Howard Bashman, and also for the SCOTUSblog, is here, from Tony Mauro, who also (only incidentally, of course) does some crystal ball-gazing concerning Justice Antonin Scalia (scroll on past to "Court Blogs").

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