Daniel Solove

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

    Associate Bonus Watch 2012, Benchslaps, Bonuses, Canada, Labor / Employment, Media and Journalism, Non-Sequiturs, Privacy, Shameless Plugs

    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
  • Daniel Solove, Law Professors, Law Schools, New York Times, Orin Kerr, Politics, Quote of the Day, Walter Olson

    Quote of the Day: Law Professors Rule (Literally)

    [T]he dislike [for legal academics] is a result of law professors being too much in the world. You see, law professors — and I should disclose here that I am one — very nearly run the world, or at least certain parts of the U.S. government. When you include Justice Anthony Kennedy, who taught nights, […]

    45 Comments / / Nov 30, 2011 at 2:15 PM
  • 4th Circuit, Blogging, Daniel Solove, Eugene Volokh, Free Speech, Privacy

    Fourth Circuit Decides First Amendment Trumps Social Security Number Privacy

    Court clerks in Virginia may be shaking their fists at the Fourth Circuit today. In an interesting ruling on free speech, privacy, and public records, the court ruled that an angry blogger has the right to publish public officials’ and court clerks’ Social Security numbers in order to protest the fact that Virginia puts records […]

    18 Comments / / Jul 27, 2010 at 4:59 PM