Archive for November, 2010

Take Note, Please…

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 at 19:12

(thanks to New Yorker) I’ve said it before but it is worth reiterating.






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Representing Judges

Friday, November 26th, 2010 at 16:39

(thanks to reuters) Last night and this morning I’ve been to two fascinating seminars on visual and media representation of judges. For those of you who don’t know who is the picture above, it’s Jan Moors, a judge picked to oversee the trial of Geert Wilders, a right wing member of the Dutch parliament, for […]






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My Alter Ego

Friday, November 26th, 2010 at 00:08

(thanks to unc.edu) Few know about the other life I lead. After all in Confucian terms–and Bruce Lee was a bit Confucian, wasn’t he?–a wise man should be modest. I do read the I Ching. (And if you think this has nothing to do with law, then let me point you to Jack Balkin’s [law, […]






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The Changing Face of Legal Process Outsourcing

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010 at 09:00

(thanks to xsquare2) The biggest media company in the world, Thomson Reuters, has bought the legal process outsourcer, Pangea3. Jordan Furlong analyses the deal very carefully and demonstrates that this deal has the capability of changing the nature of the legal services market. (H/T to Peter Lederer) Is this to be the law firm of […]






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More on the Proposed Legal Education Review

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 at 21:43

(thanks to blog.attorneycredits.com) Look what happens when you google legal education–Tony Soprano pops up! What are we coming to? Following on from my previous post, there have been some interesting contributions around the blogosphere worth reading. Richard Moorhead at Lawyer Watch warns us that there is very little evidence around and we are going to […]






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