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: Legal Ethics Forum



You may notice our new look over on the right side -- advertisements.  (Sorry, Florida Bar.)

In the blogosphere, even in the academic blogosphere, many (most?) blogs have ads, so our feeling is that it doesn't take away from the seriousness of the blog or affect in any way the content that we put up.  (We're not being sponsored by anyone in particular; the ads are generated automatically through google, using some algorithm I will never understand.)

We also thought that, if the ads generate a few bucks, we could use the money to host some happy hours at the ABA National Conference or the AALS Annual Conference.  It would be a fun way to say thanks to our readers.  (I guess that creates a bit of a conflict of interest for you readers our there, since I've now offered you an incentive to like the ads.) 

And if it generates even more surplus cash (hey Volokh, how about a few more links to our site?), we thought we could use it to take out our significant others for an occasional night on the town compliments of google.  My wife, at least, has been a little skeptical about how much time I spend blogging; it would be cool if I could bribe her with a free dinner.

In any event, feel free to post your reactions in the comments.  We thought we'd give the ads a try, but they don't have to be a permanent fixture of the blog. 

Full post as published by Legal Ethics Forum on January 30, 2008 (boomark / email).

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