Catfight

  • To be honest, I don't know if this is a Formula 1 car or an Indy car. Now ask me if I care.

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    Non-Sequiturs: 12.04.12

    * Judicial benchslap catfight over administrative orders. Man, I didn’t think I could make the word “catfight” sound so unsexy, but there you go. [The Chief Jester]

    * Is it a federal crime to read Above the Law at work? If so, download the app. [Workplace Law Prof Blog]

    * Speaking of apps, te “App from Hell” would be more interesting if it were actually an app. But hiring Professor Dan Solove to teach your colleagues about privacy is still a good idea. [Teach Privacy]

    * A dean of the University of Ottawa Law School wrote an op-ed defending Canadian law schools (which aren’t even as bad as U.S. law schools). Remember when deans didn’t have to defend law schools because there were “jobs” for “new attorneys”? [Canadian Lawyer]

    * Here’s an article about Formula 1 racing that you don’t need Google translator to read. [Dealbook]

    * Bonus podcast! I mean, Lat did a podcast with the ABA Journal about bonuses, not that there’s a podcast you can listen to in order to get a bonus. [ABA Journal]

    * Bonus Lat! I mean, here’s a story about David Lat and the changing coverage of law firms and the legal profession. [Details]

    2 Comments / / Dec 4, 2012 at 6:02 PM

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