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I visited Tampa, Florida last week to attend a jury trial (my wife Sydjia was co-counsel for the defense); here are some snapshots from our hotel, which was a former federal courthouse:
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Via u/Texas2Putts, check out this this amazing map showing all 254 county courthouses in the great State of Texas! More details here.
If you are feeling somewhat somber or sad about recent events (e.g. the one-year anniversary of our disgraceful surrender to the Taliban or the death of a monarch in Europe), this haunting piece of music really captures the moment.
On this day (9/11) in the year 9 A.D. the Romans suffer their greatest defeat at the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest; thereafter the Rhine is established as the de facto border between the Roman Empire and the so-called barbarians … Continue reading
Originally posted on prior probability:
Below is my one-page syllabus for a graduate-level course on “advanced business law topics” that I will be teaching this semester. During the first half of the semester, I am assigning two movies, “The Social…
Below is another extended excerpt (six paragraphs in all) from my latest work-in-progress “Coase’s pastoral parable” (footnotes omitted): Among other things, Coase’s landmark social cost paper contains a careful and painstaking analysis of four English cases involving nuisance law: Sturges … Continue reading
As a follow-up to my previous post, below is an extended excerpt consisting of six paragraphs from my new paper “Coase’s pastoral parable” (footnotes omitted): In academic circles, one of the most famous legal narratives of all time is Ronald … Continue reading