Non-Sequiturs

Non-Sequiturs: 08.13.10

* Would Michael Green, exonerated of rape charges by DNA evidence, be worth $2.2 million today if he hadn’t gone to prison? Just asking. [New York Times]

* More on the issue of standing in the Prop 8 case. [The BLT (Tony Mauro); Dorf on Law (Michael Dorf); SCOTUSblog (Lyle Denniston)]

* Attention maritime law nerds: RMS Titanic, which has exclusive rights to salvage the Titanic, is looking at a nine-figure payday. Congrats to McGuire Woods, which represented RMS Titanic in district court. [Associated Press]

* Starting law school in the fall? Here are some tips. [Lawyerist]

* The mortgage crisis is far from over. [Instapundit]

* Advice for jobless lawyers: “Sell your skill at going to school.” [Law and More]

* In case you’re not tired of talking about Judge Vaughn Walker being gay and all. [CounterPunch]

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