Steubenville Rape

  • Laurence Tribe

    Gay Marriage, Law School Deans, Law Schools, Music, Non-Sequiturs, Rape, Summer Associates

    Non-Sequiturs: 01.06.14

    * Great music can inform great persuasive speaking. That’s why Larry Tribe always cranks up YYZ on a loop when prepping for an appearance. [Katz Justice]

    * If you’re a law student planning for your summer job, this is an absolutely can’t-miss guide. “Be Fashionably Late To Everything To Demonstrate Your Value.” If only this had been around when I was a tyke. [BigLaw Rebel]

    * If you’re a 1L thinking about what to do this summer, consider applying for a 1L Diversity Fellowship at MoFo. Maybe don’t follow the last item’s advice if you go for this. [MoFo (disclosure: ATL advertiser)]

    * The attorney for convicted Steubenville rapist Ma’lik Richmond probably should have just kept his mouth shut. [Jezebel]

    * Who needs domestic surveillance when the next generation helpfully posts all their crimes online. [IT-Lex]

    * With courts in Utah striking blows for gay marriage and tolerance of religious polygamy, Professor Edward Zelinsky asks if it may not be time to junk the whole civil marriage thing altogether. [Oxford University Press Blog]

    * Congrats to Forbes’s 30 under 30 for law and policy. As Orin Kerr noted on Lat’s Facebook page, “I am looking forward to the Forbes ‘Top 10 Lawyers Under 10.’” [Forbes]

    * This isn’t a law school, but this is probably what those deans did over the break. Video after the jump…. [TaxProf Blog]

    0 Comments / / Jan 6, 2014 at 5:03 PM
  • 250px-Oakland_athl_primlogo.svg

    Death Penalty, Defamation, Fashion, Non-Sequiturs, Rape, Real Estate, State Judges, Technology

    Non-Sequiturs: 11.25.13

    * At MSU Law, a couple of law professors are getting serious about figuring out how to leverage technology in the profession. They envision making legal hiring into “Moneyball” with MSU Law representing Oakland. So they plan to raise false hopes and ultimately fail too? [Lansing State Journal]

    * A real estate attorney is hosting a boot camp to train slumlords. Yay? [SF Gate]

    * If you never thought electing state judges was a matter of life and death, read this. [Huffington Post]

    * Here’s a fun one: Should TheDirty.com be liable for encouraging readers to submit gossip? Our old friend Sarah Jones hopes so. [Forbes]

    * The Steubenville rape case is back in the news after a grand jury has indicted four school officials for covering up the school’s infamous rape. [Jezebel]

    * A couple of former Harvard Law roommates have a fashion startup called ShopRagHouse that allows customers to design their own clothes. They’re seeking some additional funding for their next collection with a Kickstarter campaign now. [Kickstarter]

    * If you’re in New York and interested about legal careers in banking, swing by the Fordham Law amphitheater tonight from 6 to 8 for a free panel discussion featuring representatives from some of the largest banks in the world hosted by the Chinese Business Lawyers Association. [Eventbrite]

    2 Comments / / Nov 25, 2013 at 5:02 PM
  • Johnny_Manziel_in_Kyle_Field

    Canada, Football, Legal Ethics, Non-Sequiturs, Rape, Tax Law

    Non-Sequiturs: 09.16.13

    * Johnny Football failed to defeat Alabama on Saturday (though he was gentlemanly enough to keep Bama from covering the spread), but now he has a tougher foe in the IRS. [TaxProf Blog]

    * Don’t be that guy who takes naked pictures of your girlfriend. And definitely don’t be that guy who takes naked pictures of his 16-year-old girlfriend while married to the girl’s older sister. In other words, don’t be this lawyer. [Legal Profession Blog]

    * Are you an attorney on LinkedIn? Have people been endorsing your legal skills? Congratulations, you’re probably violating an ethical obligation! [IT-Lex]

    * Another round-up of people with law degrees who decided to be famous for something other than lawyering. When the list kicks off with Geraldo Rivera and Jerry Springer, you know you’re in for a classy list. [Millington Star]

    * One year later, a look at how the Steubenville rape case has affected the town. [Jezebel]

    * The world of litigation finance suffers some setbacks as it turns out lawsuits might be the only investment less stable than the Twitter IPO. [Wall Street Journal]

    * Time for some more legally themed poetry! This time, let’s get all Edgar Allan Poe up in here. [Poetic Justice]

    * Following up on our event in Toronto last week, Bruce MacEwen recapped the evening’s discussion here. [Adam Smith, Esq.]

    4 Comments / / Sep 16, 2013 at 5:00 PM
  • A football field from the ten yard line to the opposite goal line

    Crime, Football, Rape, Sports

    Allegedly Cover Up Rape = Contract Extension. Good Job, America!

    There are a couple legal reasons for keeping Steubenville’s football coach. They’re bad reasons.

    25 Comments / / Apr 23, 2013 at 11:05 AM
  • crime LF social media

    Crime, Football, Rape, Social Media, Social Networking Websites, Sports, Technology, Trials

    Steubenville Rape Verdict: The Future of Criminal Law In the Era of TTIWWOP

    The next generation loves to document their every move online. Thankfully, the next generation of criminals are doing the same.

    55 Comments / / Mar 18, 2013 at 11:01 AM

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