Non-Sequiturs: 01.12.11

* Boasting about how you abuse attorney-client privilege probably isn’t the smartest thing to do. [Business Insider]

* Now that House Republicans have subpoena power, Obama is lawyering up. His latest hire: the nephew of a well-known movie critic. [Politico]

* Vigilantism and primitive justice. [Blackbook Legal]

* Lawyers should have goals, and metrics to make them reasonable. [A Closer’s Coffee]

* Here’s a thought: If you were going to place new limits on one constitutional amendment because of Jared Lee Loughner’s unspeakable acts, would you rather go after the First Amendment or the Second Amendment? It’s a false choice, but still. [Infamy or Praise]

* A powerful visual of a tribute to Chief Judge John Roll and all the victims of the Tucson shooting. [U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit]

* Dear U.S. Military, please watch the first two Terminator movies before you kill us all. [The Awl]

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