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Then Again, Maybe Wikipedia IS a Proper Legal Authority

Surprise, surprise, Courts seem to be split on the issue of whether or not Wikipedia is a proper legal source. In the previous post, people were discussing this link on Wikipedia: Which is a listing of holdings from Courts that have cited Wikipedia in various ...

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Clausewitz and Machiavelli – On Litigation

Yesterday afternoon while I was lifting weights (yes, I have my iPhone at the gym. I check on Twitter while resting between sets), I saw a tweet from ElieNYC in regards to the United States’ third Middle Eastern adventure: Is it that the ...

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Grit and a Growth Mindset

There seems to be a general lament among the elder generation of lawyers in regards to the quality of new law school graduates. Simultaneously, there is also a cacophony of complaints from recent law school graduates about the general state ...

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The Bar

…or rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated. I apologize to all the readers out there for an extended item away from the blog, but once I began to prepare for the February Bar this past December, it became clear that it was going to ...

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Email Privacy Protected by 4th Amendment

From the EFF Deeplinks blog, in the matter of US v. Warshak: As the Court held today, Given the fundamental similarities between email and traditional forms of communication [like postal mail and telephone calls], it would defy common sense to ...

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