Non-Sequiturs

Non-Sequiturs: 08.09.10

* HLS Dean Martha Minow points out that Justice Marshall’s legacy was confirmed along with Justice Kagan on Saturday. [Boston Globe]

* We’re still reviewing Morning Docket applications. One application started an argument between us about the usefulness of Victoria’s Secret experience, and then Elie went on vacation leaving it unresolved. Meanwhile, here’s another legal blog writing opportunity over at the Genomics Law Report. [Genomics Law Report]

* Is contract work so easy that a 14-year-old can do it? [Laws for Attorneys (Satire)]

* Workplace social media policies are a must. We suggest that these policies not forbid employees from sending things to legal blogs. [ABA]

* Google and Verizon plan to make the net a little less neutral. [Gizmodo]

* We thought it was 8-9-10 day, but apparently, it’s International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. Is that another Hallmark-created holiday? [Securing Innovation via Blawg Review]

* Scalia stumbles, survives. [San Francisco Chronicle]

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