In case you've been too busy to read your favorite legal weblogs, here are a few items of interest from around the blawgosphere:
I Remember When It Was Just a List of Links I'm speaking of Underneath Their Robes, which is probably the first blawg to get a write-up in Newsweek. The catalyst was the weblog's "Superhotties of the Federal Judiciary." Meanwhile, there's something about that hot-federal-judges contest that I've been wanting to get off my chest: none of the nominated judges are hot. What gives?
St. Louis, Missouri Is Blawg City, USA Dennis Kennedy explains why in this post. (To Dennis' list of St. Louis blawgs, I'd also add musclehead, Soupie's BBQ & Daycare, Omer Poos, Matt Schuh Online, and Attempted Survival.)
Is There a Doctor-Blogger in the House? Carey of Glorfindel of Gondolin asks, "Who Blogs More, Law Students or Medical Students?" The conclusion--law students. But why?
Weblogging: Will It Change Your Life? Xavier Morales of Unfashionable Observations has some interesting thoughts about the limitations of blogging in a post that marks his one-year blogging anniversary: "i need some meaning i can memorize."
Women Lawyers on Outsourcing Childcare I don't know what it is about JCA's post "the chick thing" at Sua Sponte, but I keep thinking about it. It's an inside look at the way a few lawyer-mothers think about law-firm partnership, and it ends with a twist. A very interesting post.