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April 17, 2012


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Thanks so much for the double mention! I'm familiar with many on this list, but look forward to checking the others out.

Nicholas J. Wagoner

Thanks Bob. Here's a few more to add to the list from Carlyn Kolker of Thomson Reuters News & Insights:

Tweet things


Well folks, yesterday you got your Pulitzers; today you get your list of appellate Tweeters. Circuit Splits (Twitter handle @CircuitSplits), a blog specializing in news and analysis on so-called circuit splits, provides a list of 100 attorneys and reporters and their Twitter handles covering the U.S. appeals courts and appellate matters. (The blog makes no claim about the superiority of these Twitterers.) Some notable entries: Adam Liptak, the New York Times' Supreme Court correspondent (Twitter handle: @AdamLiptak); Jerry Goldman, of the Oyez Project at Chicago-Kent College of Law, which posts audio recordings of Supreme Court arguments (handle: @oyez); and my own colleague, Joan Biskupic, who covers national legal affairs for Reuters (handle: @JoanBiskupic).

Shameless self-promotion: @ReutersLegal provides up-to-the-minute legal news, including appellate news; my colleague Terry Baynes (handle: @tlbaynes) reports and tweets frequently on appellate matters.


Bob Mabry

Besides tweeting about appellate courts and legal writing generally, I try to give special attention to Texas's Ninth Court of Appeals in Beaumont @m10001

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