This post from Notes from the Legal Underground got me thinking a lot of blogger ethics. Thus, in two posts I address an issue raised in Professor Jeff Rosen's New York Times Magazine article (an argument against blogs), and in this post from Professor Orin Kerr. Namely, when is it approprirate for a student to blog about this his professor says.
Post 1. When, if ever, do law professors have an expectation of privacy in what they say to a law student?
Post 2. Assuming the professor does not have an expectation of privacy in what he or she says; should the student blog about it?