Category Archives: Zombie Posts

On Teaching From Badly Written Cases

[Occasionally I resurrect a draft blog post that somehow never made it to publication when I first wrote it. This is one of them.] C.E. Petit, he of Scrivner's Error, pens (?) a rant about the poor state of legal … Continue reading

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I Don’t Think So

Not that I’d mind, but I don’t think so. I am: William Gibson The chief instigator of the “cyberpunk” wave of the 1980s, his razzle-dazzle futuristic intrigues were, for a while, the most imitated work in science fiction. Which science … Continue reading

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The Sotto Voce of Experience

Seth Grodin writes about Getting serious about your meeting problem: If you’re serious about solving your meeting problem, getting things done and saving time, try this for one week. If it doesn’t work, I ll be happy to give you … Continue reading

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Alleged Left Brain/Right Brain Test

According to the Australian newspaper article where I got this picture, it is a “Right Brain vs Left Brain test,” do you see the dancer turning clockwise or anti-clockwise? If clockwise, then you use more of the right side of … Continue reading

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Client-Driven Racial Quotas

Orin Kerr points us to an article at law.com: In a pact brokered by the New York County Lawyers’ Association, more than 60 law firms have agreed to tell their corporate clients the composition of assigned legal teams by race, … Continue reading

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A Contracts Problem

Mars Hill professor resigns after student undresses in class Mars Hill College has accepted the resignation of a longtime professor after he challenged students to disrobe in exchange for an A in his sociology class and one of them took … Continue reading

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