Wednesday, March 28, 2007
From the Annals of Promotion
The new Harvard Law Review issue is online. It features two excellent "Recent Cases." Also this piece by Dean Kagan, introducing a fascinating set of commentaries written by law professors on various cases decided by Richard Posner as a Seventh Circuit judge, in which she writes: "Case comments, as readers of all law reviews know, can be deadly affairs." [emphasis added]
I'm sure the authors of the "Recent Cases" published in the very same issue will send notes to Dean Kagan complimenting her on her thoughtful timing in saying so. My recommendation to them: don't say anything directly threatening, and disguise your handwriting -- letters cut out of fashion magazines and newspapers would be a traditional and tasteful way to go.
Seriously, it's an interesting issue. Nice piece in the Posner section by my former prof John Manning, and an interesting Note about original meaning and its limits. Enjoy.
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