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Exploring Career Paths in the “and more” Category

For better or worse, an inherent part of the aspiring public interest lawyer’s path is to go against the grain of the typical law school experience and be at least a bit off-kilter from the vast majority of your peers. … Continue reading

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Glade No. 1, 2, 3, 4, and… Chanel No. 5?

Recently, a friend and I were watching The Bachelor—I know, I should be ashamed. During one of the commercial breaks, a spot appeared on-screen showing a woman wearing an elegant dress walking through a hallway. She turns into a doorway, … Continue reading

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Three cases, a consultation and… a hero

… that pretty well sums up my posts this week on the Stowe Family Law Blog, which included:No return order did not breach father’s human rights – The ECHR case Royer v Hungary.A few thoughts on the domestic abuse consultation – … Continue reading

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“And the Deposition Goes to the Gentleman in the Blue Pinstripe Suit”

Ronen Avraham & William Hubbard, Procedural Flexibility in Three Dimensions (Unpublished draft, 2018). Jay Tidmarsh A burgeoning procedural literature explores the power of parties to alter the procedural entitlements of the civil-justice system by means of contractual agreement and the … Continue reading

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YES, BUT AS A NAZI, HOW DOES HE COMPARE WITH EVERY* PREVIOUS REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT? Johnny Carson and…

YES, BUT AS A NAZI, HOW DOES HE COMPARE WITH EVERY* PREVIOUS REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT? Johnny Carson and David Letterman Producer Peter Lassally: Trump’s America Reminds Me of What It Was Like Living in Concentration Camp. Curiously though, he’s free to … Continue reading

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