Jonathan Lippman

  • If I were in charge, people would look forward to getting one of these.

    Crime, Jury Duty, State Judges, Trials

    Elie Draws Jury Duty: Day Two — Why Doesn’t Anything Happen?

    A lovely editorial in the New York Post showed a total lack of understanding about the problems lawyers and recent law grads are facing. You should see it, because sometimes it’s easy for lawyers to forget just how much the outside world hates them. Maybe if more prospective law students knew how much everybody else dislikes them, there would actually be fewer unemployed lawyers walking around in need of help….

    95 Comments / / Oct 12, 2011 at 3:55 PM
  • Andrew Cuomo, State Judges, Technology, Trials

    The Digital Courtroom: Apparently Not a Pipe Dream

    We live in the age of ulcer-inducing, never-ending budget cuts. It’s surprising, though, when the chopping block can help the government achieve some progress, instead of just slicing its legs off. And what do you know? We happen to have recent news of that sort from the New York Unified Court System. Last week, Chief […]

    13 Comments / / Mar 10, 2011 at 5:07 PM