Tag Archives: Lawyers

Communicating with the Lawyer: how not to behave if you date one

Kevin Underhill’s Lowering the Bar has an occasional series called Assorted Stupidity, which he numbers. Today, a case he cites at #110 brings up the important bit of etiquette inscribed in the title, above. Assorted Stupidity #110 Jan 22, 2018 … Continue reading

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The Gorsuch watch: colloquy interruptus

Source, Adam Liptak: Why Gorsuch May Not Be So Genteel on the Bench – The New York Times Gorsuch had his first day on the SCOTUS bench and was very active, according to SCOTUS watchers. That is, he asked a … Continue reading

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Defamation: “Can Trump Change Libel Laws?”

Source: Can Trump Change Libel Laws? – The New York Times No. Yesterday I came in praise of Linda Greenhouse, who used to cover the Supreme Court for the New York Times. Today I come in praise of Adam Liptak, … Continue reading

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