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I recently came across a concept in a law review article (yes, I read law review articles in my free time) that's new to me: Citation Stickiness, by Kevin Bennardo & Alexa Z. Chew. From the abstract: A citation is sticky if it appears in one of the parties’ briefs...read more
Another year, another data dump. December 15th is the annual reporting day for ABA 509 Disclosures for all ABA approved law schools. These are required public disclosures that law schools must make as part of their ABA accreditation. As soon as the ABA started...read more
There was a story awhile ago about some lawyers using geo-targeting technology to target ads to people within hospitals: Digital Ambulance Chasers? Law Firms Send Ads To Patients' Phones Inside ERs. Patients sitting in emergency rooms, at chiropractors' offices and at...read more
Back in 2014, a Twitter exchange with Judge Dillard prompted an article on AboveTheLaw discussing the reliability of Wikipedia as a resource.[ref]I would be remiss not to mention that in a bit of I-see-what-you-did-there, shortly after our Twitter exchange and my...read more