Is the spectacle collapsing? Debord and Dylan in the era of COVID capitalism

Dylan says (not said, but says, because – as another great America writer put it – “the past is never dead,…

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Good news for lawyers as employment increases again; Silicon Valley lawyers get a hefty pay raise

Continuing a decades old trend, employment of lawyers increased yet again from May, 2017 to May, 2018, in the latest…

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Northwestern Law hits a wall – Whittier of the midwest?

Back in 2017 I wrote several blog posts and a guest column in the Daily Journal raising the possibility that the…

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Senator Feinstein owes Californians an explanation about the Kavanaugh affair

The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court presents a significant risk to the social and political rights of…

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The 8 minute myth: free speech under attack at law schools or Jeane Kirkpatrick redux?

Many on the right are making as much as they can out of the confrontation that occurred recently between a…

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Good news for lawyers from the BLS: incomes and employment up yet again

Continuing a decades old trend, employment of lawyers increased yet again from May, 2016 to May, 2017, in the latest…

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Delaware Chancery Court slaps Elon Musk’s wrist on SolarCity deal

Tesla shareholders won an important victory for shareholder rights today, at a time when Silicon Valley CEO’s continue to try…

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Deans must be leaders not just referees – a response to Brian Leiter’s call for San Diego Dean Ferruolo to resign or apologize

Dean Ferruolo of the Universiy of San Diego will likely – and understandably – ignore the call for his apology…

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Does the California State Bar have a race problem?

A recent meeting of the State Bar’s Committee of Bar Examiners (CBE) suggests to me that the California Bar may…

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