* Technology is a godsend, but old-school ways did have their charms. Ben Kerschberg reminisces about preparing SCOTUS briefs back in the days of hot-metal printing. [Forbes]

* Ed Whelan calls out Linda Greenhouse regarding the D.C. Circuit nomination of Caitlin Halligan (in a blog post whose title I prefer not to dwell on). [Bench Memos / National Review Online]

* Volokh on Vibrators. Sounds like the title of a treatise, no? [Volokh Conspiracy]

* Lessons learned from The Lincoln Lawyer. [Tips for Young Lawyers]

* San Francisco residents: this is satire, right? Right? [Breadbucket]

* Wise Latino? Luis Ramírez, an ex-associate at Quarles & Brady, is suing his former firm. [Am Law Daily]

* If your parents are paying for law school, do they have the right to learn your Fed Jur and Corporate Tax grades? [TaxProf Blog]

* Today is Good Friday — an appropriate time for reflection on social justice. [Mirror of Justice]

* How would you like to have us as colleagues? Our sister site, Dealbreaker, seeks a new writer. [Dealbreaker]


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