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Toast to the Jolly Testator Revisited

Earlier on this blog, I posted a poem entitled Toast to the Jolly Testator attributed to Lord Neaves. It now appears that there is a second part of the poem, less often reproduced, which pokes fun at the jolly testatrix… … Continue reading

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Lysistrata re-visited in 1960, but what about now?

On November 9, 1960, one day after the Presidential election between Kennedy and Nixon, CBS presented an episode ofWanted Dead or Alive, titled "To the Victor," which had some relation to the play Lysistrata by Aristophanes.In the TV version, the … Continue reading

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Donelson and Hannikainen on Fuller and the Folk: The Inner Morality of Law Revisited @LSULawCenter

Raff Donelson, LSU A&M and LSU Law Center, and Ivar Hannikainen, University of Sheffield, Department of Philosophy, and Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, are publishing Fuller and the Folk: The Inner Morality of Law Revisited in 3 Oxford … Continue reading

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The Jobs and Regulation Issue Revisited

Despite noisy political claims to the contrary, the weight of the evidence suggests that regulation has a small impact on the total number of jobs. Still, regulation is bound to have some effect on who has jobs, what kinds of … Continue reading

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Greatest Legal Movies Revisited

The ABA Journal's cover story this August updates its 2008 list of The 25 Greatest Legal Movies. The 2018 update expands the scope of the original list. More recent examples of award-winning courtroom dramas are here (such as Loving and … Continue reading

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