I want to say a quick thank you to Bridget Crawford over at the Feminist Law Professors blog for the shout out in her list of “great feminist law profs who blog.” Her post was inspired by a talk she gave last week at the AALS Workshop on “Women Rethinking Equality” for the “Women as Scholars” panel. If you, like me, were not able to attend there are lots of great posts reflecting on the event from Bridget here, here, here, and here and others like Kim Krawiec here, and Giovanna Shay here and here. (Thanks to their blogging I almost feel like I was there, though missed out on the good dining...see the end of Kim's post for a DC restaurant recommendation.) Bridget spoke about blogging as a venue for scholarly work, and the particular challenges that law professor bloggers may face. I am especially interested in the idea of blogging as scholarship, and I’m pleased to share that Bridget will be putting in a guest appearance here at the LEF next spring where she will serve as the “Featured Live-Blogger” for a symposium on Gender and the Legal Profession’s Pipeline to Power at MSU Law that I’m co-hosting with my colleague Hannah Brenner. I’m curious whether others are aware of symposia that have included an official live-blogger? And for those of you who are also thinking about innovations in scholarship like this, don’t forget to submit a response to the AALS RFP on Innovative Teaching, Other Legal Education Practices, and Work at the Intersections among Scholarship, Teaching and Service. The deadline is July 15.