Monday, November 21, 2011

Monday morning questions

1. Why don't they teach lawyering in law school (via NY Times)?

2. Why don't we require prosecutors to hand over all exculpatory information (via LA Times)?

3. Why doesn't that Supreme Court allow cameras (Via Time Ideas)?

4. Should Justice Kagan recuse from the health care cases (via USA Today)?

5. What is Justice Stevens doing in retirement (via Washington Post)?


Anonymous said...

1. Because professors do not know how to lawyer.

2. Because they are afraid to lose.

3. For credibility reasons. Check out the argument from last week in which Justice Scalia is talking about gold teeth.

4. No.

5. He's keeping busy. but never should have left the bench. We need him more than ever.

Anonymous said...

Who really cares? I am more concerned about the Sandusky's that are prowling our institutions and threatening our children and trying to figure out what we can do about it. So, f--- the Supreme Court and Brady.

Rumpole said...

1) becaus they can't. 2) because they don't have to and no one will make them. 3) Ditto 4) No 5) a lot more than me.