ABA Journal:  “Scambloggers,” a term used to describe people whose writing focuses on the allegedly misleading way that law schools market themselves to potential law students, plays an important part in the profession’s evolution, according to a recent article in the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology.

Lucille Jewel, an associate professor at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, writes that scambloggers, who she characterizes in her article as a populist online community calling for reform” raise legitimate questions about the system, and they’ve reached a broad audience, thanks to the Internet.