by Orin Kerr
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March 23, 2013
"If Eugene Volokh had done nothing but create The Volokh Conspiracy, a conservative-libertarian weblog that averages about 25,000 unique hits per weekday, his fame and influence would be secure. Volokh’s blog is a forum for leading conservative and libertarian thinkers on legal and public policy issues. But the Russian-born UCLA law professor, who graduated from college at 15, is a prolific and widely respected writer and expert on the First Amendment, cyberspace and gun rights. Google Inc. hired Volokh, 45, last year to write a paper defending Google search results as protected speech. Volokh clerked for Justice Sandra Day O’Connor of the U.S. Supreme Court."
Very cool. Congrats, Eugene!