BLOGGING WILL BE LIGHT as I’m on travel tomorrow. I may manage a post or two in the morning, but then I’m off on a (very brief) trip to speak at a panel on “Communitarian Approaches to Cyberspace” at the Association of American Law Schools conference. Sadly, it’s not open to the public, but here’s the description:

Panel will discuss the questions of whether or not one can justify creating a commons in cyberspace, and what purpose such a commons could serve.


Jack Balkin, Yale Law School

Carol Rose, Yale Law School

Eugene Volokh, UCLA Law School

Glenn Reynolds, College of Law, University of Tennessee

Chair: Peter Levine, University of Maryland, Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement

What will I say? Ah, that would be telling. I’m taking the laptop, so I may post from the road as time permits. In the meantime, OxBlog seems to be on a roll. And read this piece by Marci Hamilton on why federalism is good for civil rights.