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ALL THINGS VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE:  Dr. Bastiat on Ricochet goes to get a haircut and learns of the …

ALL THINGS VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE:  Dr. Bastiat on Ricochet goes to get a haircut and learns of the small businesses that never were. The damage wrought by excessive red tape for business start ups is mostly unseen.  Even would-be small … Continue reading

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Invisible disabilities under the FHA and ADA – when are they really real?

Among the most frustrating claims of disability for landlords, businesses and clear thinking lawyers are those involving mental impairments – invisible disabilities whose very existence is hard to determine. For this blog we’re stepping away from strictly new cases to … Continue reading

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Leonardo da Vinci Hid Invisible Drawings in His Sketches

ArtNetNews: Now High-Tech Scanners Have Brought Them to Light “Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing,” which will appear across the UK in 2019, has some surprises. “To mark the 500th anniversary of the Leonardo da Vinci‘s death, a collection … Continue reading

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Women in law should not be invisible

In screening “Balancing the Scales,” my film about women lawyers, to firms, corporations, and bar associations across the nation, I have had the unique opportunity to hear from women spanning five generations about how they have dealt with the issue … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Invisible Constitutions: Culture, Religion, and Memory

Anders Walker at St. Louis University is organizing an interesting conference. While conferences like this are usually organized by soliciting participants, an important difference here is an open call for papers. This is a great approach, and a great opportunity … Continue reading

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