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Law Journal Apologizes For Article About Executing Law Professors, Professor Resigns

Insane law review article prompts professor’s resignation… but how did he get hired in the first place?

66 Comments / / Aug 31, 2015 at 3:07 PM
  • Admin, Announcements, Blogging, Morning Docket, Non-Sequiturs

    Help Wanted Explained

    We were originally going to these comments in the comments. But we found ourselves going on for a while, so we figured we might as well do a post on it — and have it count towards our daily postcount quota target. To Anonymous 1:05 PM: Doing your own blog and spending half an hour […]

    1 Comment / / Oct 3, 2006 at 10:06 AM
  • Admin, Announcements, Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs: Another Writing Opportunity

    We were originally going to these comments in the comments. But we found ourselves going on for a while, so we figured we might as well do a post on it — and have it count towards our daily postcount quota target. To Anonymous 1:05 PM: Doing your own blog and spending half an hour […]

    5 Comments / / Oct 2, 2006 at 6:28 PM
  • Breasts, Courthouses, John Ascroft, Pictures

    Lady Justice: They’re Real, and They’re… Spectacular!

    This impressive bronze bust statue occupies the foyer of the Pioneer Courthouse, in Portland, Oregon: If John Ashcroft were still Attorney General, however, it might look more like this: Correction: It appears that we were wrong about those breasts being bronze. Please see here. Sorry about that!

    5 Comments / / Oct 2, 2006 at 4:33 PM
  • Eyes of the Law

    The Eyes of the Law: Flying Justices?

    As gossip aficionados, we were excited to learn about this delicious website. From the NYT: Ever wonder what the cabin crews on planes think of the passengers they serve? If you want to find out, log onto www.airlinecrew.net, a Web site “connecting crew members worldwide,” where flight attendants (or FA’s) spout off… [I]t is the […]

    2 Comments / / Oct 2, 2006 at 3:32 PM
  • James Colliton, Sex, Tax Law

    Tax Lawyers in Jail

    While some tax lawyers are tying the knot, others are getting tied up in knots — legal knots, of their own making. Does the name James Colliton ring a bell? Colliton (at right) is a former tax lawyer at the Death Star super-prestigious Cravath, Swaine & Moore. He’s also the guy who was indicted on […]

    0 Comments / / Oct 2, 2006 at 2:40 PM
  • Miranda Perry Vic Fleischer

    Fashion, Fashion Is Fun, Law Professors, Law Schools, Tax Law, Weddings

    Tax Professors in Love

    This just in, from TaxProf Blog: Tax Profs Miranda Perry and Vic Fleischer tied the knot Saturday at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, followed by a reception at the Kitchen [Upstairs], a Boulder wine bar. A photograph of the two good professors appears above. Fashion props to Professor Perry for the understated elegance of […]

    0 Comments / / Oct 2, 2006 at 12:52 PM
  • Law Professors, Musical Chairs, William Eskridge

    Musical Chairs: Bill Eskridge to the Big Apple?

    Last week we wrote about rumors of several high-profile professors possibly leaving Yale Law School (or “THE Yale Law School,” as YLS deans like to say). We now hear that the names we mentioned — James Whitman, Alec Stone Sweet, Kenji Yoshino, Reva Siegel and Robert Post — aren’t the only ones thinking of departing. […]

    0 Comments / / Oct 2, 2006 at 12:38 PM
  • 9th Circuit, Courthouses, Diarmuid O'Scannlain, Pictures, Ridiculousness

    ATL Caption Contest

    “We’ve voted to deny the petition for a writ of mandamus. NOW can we have our milk and cookies?” We had a delightful time this past weekend in Portland, Oregon, where we attended Ninth Circuit Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlain’s law clerk reunion, in celebration of his 20th anniversary on the bench. We’ll be blogging about the […]

    15 Comments / / Oct 2, 2006 at 12:13 PM
  • Admin, Morning Docket

    Morning Docket: Help Wanted

    Senior associates at law firms have a lot of wisdom to share. For example, consider this bit of advice, which they demonstrate by example: Why do your own work when you can get other people to do it for you? (In-house counsel lawyers also know how to put this principle into practice.) Well, we’re going […]

    0 Comments / / Oct 2, 2006 at 11:05 AM