Non-Sequiturs: 10.15.10

Justice Alito in a tuxedo.

* Here’s a nice write-up of Justice Samuel Alito’s Wriston Lecture (which we were lucky enough to attend on Wednesday night). [Newsmax]

* You can listen to the Wriston Lecture yourself; video is now online. [Manhattan Institute via Point of Law]

* The SEC is no friend of Angelo. [Going Concern]

* An hourly rate of $3,500 is excessive for a lawyer. Who do you think you are — Ashley Dupré? [Young Lawyers Blog]

* An interview of Betty Anne Waters, the working mother turned law student played by Hilary Swank in the new movie Conviction (opening today). [Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites]

* The worst kind of massage: the legal kind. [Deadspin]

* Congrats to IP lawyer Timothy Tau, who placed second (out of thousands) in the prestigious Playboy College Fiction Contest. People do read Playboy for the articles! [Playboy]

* There’s still time to cast your vote for Yale Law School’s Most Disgraceful Graduate. [Above the Law]

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