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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

More Than Legal Doctrine Alone

Why would you want to spend the forthcoming holiday weekend outside?  It's hot.  And buggy.  And you could be hunched over your laptop, with the thermostat set on ultra-cool.  You could take breaks from filling in footnotes any number of ways:

- you could contemplate the nuances of firm culture, from the perspective of a gimlet-eyed associate

- or from the perspective of so-young-but-yet-so-jaded law student

- or you can let the super-bitter wash over you with this quasi-anonymous, and possibly legally trained, internet-celeb.

Your guest blogger is trying to do a little of the cool-hunting for you!  And now, said guest blogger has to turn his own not-so-trusty laptop over to the techs of NYU, making me an internet nomad for the next few days.  Wish me - and my Dell - luck!

Posted by David Zaring on June 29, 2005 at 05:08 AM in Culture | Permalink


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