My Blogging

Blogging is a relatively recent addition to the scholarly oeuvre and sits somewhere between Facebook updates and full-length articles and essays.  I’ve often wrestled there with the germ of an idea that becomes an essay or article.  Here are some links to blog posts that, in retrospect, I’m glad I wrote:


Straddling the Fence: Solum on Specialization Redux (Legal Profession Blog, Oct. 5, 2006)

Signs of the Pedagogical Apocalypse (Legal Profession Blog, Oct. 5, 2006)

Straddling the Fence: Harvard’s Take on Interdisciplinary Skill (Legal Profession Blog, Oct. 6, 2005)

The Ultimate Blog Post: Backdating, Instrumentalism, the Good, Executive Compensation, the Right, Paris Hilton, and Delaware Law (Legal Profession Blog, Oct. 13, 2006)

“Who Distinguishes Between the Sacred and the Secular….” (Legal Profession Blog, Oct. 16, 2006)

Facts, Truth, Positivism, Instrumentalism, and Law Practice (Legal Profession Blog, Oct. 18, 2006)

“Them”: Availability Heuristics and the Scholarship of Corporate Demons (Legal Profession Blog, Oct. 20, 2006)

Back by Popular Demand - The Quadrant Matrix Theory (Legal Profession Blog, Nov. 12, 2006)

Heteronomy and Autonomy in Small Business Practice (Legal Profession Blog, Nov. 22, 2006)

Courts, Contracts, Entrepreneurship, and Cognition (Legal Profession Blog, Nov. 29, 2006)

More on Antinomies in the Transactional Practice: What Do Great Real Estate Lawyers Do? (Legal Profession Blog, Dec. 3, 2006)

Under No Circumstance Should a Beginning Law Professor Read This Post (Legal Profession Blog, Jan. 7, 2007)

Evolutionary Theory on Belief (Legal Profession Blog, Mar. 5, 2007)

Straw Gods and Puny Gods (PrawfsBlawg, Sept. 8, 2008)

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of Year - Reprise (PrawfsBlawg, Apr. 30, 2010)

Slicing Prosciutto and Other Metaphors (PrawfsBlawg, May 1, 2010)

Leadership, Judgment, and Reduction at the Harvard Business School (PrawfsBlawg, May 5, 2010)

The First Day of Law School - From My Side of the Podium (Legal Whiteboard, Aug. 22, 2013)

So, A Rough Cartoon Always Says Much…. (Legal Whiteboard, Jun. 17, 2014)

The Maize and Blue Notebook: An Introduction and Thoughts on Certainty a la Wittgenstein (PrawfsBlawg, Jul. 2, 2014)

A Football Epiphany About Teaching Transactional Complexity (PrawfsBlawg, Jul. 6, 2014)

Practice Experience vs. Scholarly Chops in Legal Academia - False Dichotomy? (PrawfsBlawg, Jul. 14, 2014)

Shiva and Separation (PrawfsBlawg, Aug. 5, 2014)

Kar on Contract Theory … And A Question About “Unified” Theories of Law (Contract, At Least) (PrawfsBlawg, Aug. 10, 2014)

Kar on Contract Theory: The Sequel … And Putting Spectacles on the View from Nowhere (PrawfsBlawg, Aug. 17, 2014)

Thoughts About Perez on Courage and Rationality in Regulation (PrawfsBlawg, Aug. 21, 2014)

“No Contracts” (PrawfsBlawg, Jul. 12, 2015)

“We Begin with the Assumption that Contracts Matter….” (PrawfsBlawg, Jul. 15, 2015)

God Doesn’t Play Dice, Spooky Action at a Distance, If You Have a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail, Ships Passing in the Night, and Other Metaphors for Belief and Debate (PrawfsBlawg, Jul. 23, 2015)

The Art of Lawyering and Beyond (PrawfsBlawg, Jul. 28, 2015)

The End of Ambition? (PrawfsBlawg, Jul. 31, 2015)

© Jeffrey Lipshaw 2013