Georgetown Law Library Establishes Faculty Blog Aggregator

January 28, 2013 —

The Georgetown Law Library has established a webpage that automatically aggregates blog posts by Georgetown Law faculty members from sources around the web. The faculty blog aggregator ( is a self-updating collection of posts that currently come from 14 Law Center faculty contributors across 14 blog sites.

“The blog aggregator is a very useful tool for keeping up with our faculty, their scholarship and their views on the legal world,” said Georgetown Law Associate Dean for Research and Administration Gregory Klass. “It’s wonderful to have it all in one place.” 

Current faculty contributors and blogs: 

Randy Barnett: The Volokh Conspiracy

David Cole: The New York Review of Books Blog, The Nation Blog, Foreign Policy

Daniel Ernst: Legal History Blog

Michael Frisch: Legal Profession Blog

Nan Hunter: Hunter of Justice

Martin Lederman: Balkinization, SCOTUSblog

Adam Levitin: Credit Slips

David Luban: Balkinization

John Mikhail: Balkinization

Alicia Plerhoples: SOCENTLAW

Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz: The Volokh Conspiracy

Lawrence Solum: Legal Theory Blog

Rebecca Tushnet: 43(B)log

Brian Wolfman: Consumer Law and Policy Blog

The Library has also created the Georgetown Law Scholar Feed ( for posting new faculty publications to Twitter. Each time a publication is added to the Georgetown Law Scholarly Commons (, an online institutional repository, it automatically appears as a separate post on Twitter, showing the author’s name, title and a link to the online content.

More information about the faculty blog aggregator is available here:

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