Welcome to the Blogosphere, LieberCode!

by Kevin Jon Heller

My friend Jens Ohlin — Associate Professor of Law at Cornell and one of the very best substantive international criminal law scholars writing today — has started a solo blog, LieberCode.  Like his scholarship, the posts are top notch; recent entries address Libya and positive complementarity; the Florence Hartmann saga; targeted killing and citizenship; and the presumption of regularity regarding intelligence reports in Latif.  I hope Jens can continue his productivity; running a solo blog can be a thankless endeavor.

Check the LieberCode out here.  Go now.  I’m waiting…

http://opiniojuris.org/2011/11/23/welcome-to-the-blogosphere-liebercode/

2 Responses

  1. Thank you very much for the words of welcome.  One quick addition.  Although I have started this as a solo-authored blog for the time being, I’m certainly open to the possibility of guest-posts, cross-posts, etc., and even to co-bloggers in the future.  I don’t want to be proprietary about this endeavor.

  2. Jens, delighted you’ve joined the IL blogosphere!  Congratulations, you’re joining my regular reading list.

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