Volokh Conspiracy moving to WaPo

Volokh Conspiracy moving to WaPo

[Ed. – Klein out, Volokh in.]

Talk about a Washington Post Media Big News Day: Hours after Ezra Klein announced he was leaving the Post to start his own venture, the newspaper revealed today that it would host The Volokh Conspiracy, a prominent libertarian-leaning politics and law blog, on its website.

In his first WaPo post, UCLA law professor and site founder Eugene Volokh assured readers that he and the blog’s contributors would retain full editorial control of what they publish (they have day jobs as tenured law professors, after all), and would be featured occasionally on the Post’s homepage, but there’s one tiny little catch: After six months into the blog’s WaPo, most of their content will live behind the Washington Post‘s paywall.

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