How to Pay for Your Law Degree 2008-10

I’m pleased to announce the third edition of How to Pay for Your Law Degree [Amazon Affiliate link], a book of financial aid opportunities for law students published by my mom. I contributed a foreword. This book has gotten better…

Comments on Ethan Leib’s “Friends as Fiduciaries” Article

I am participating in the Fourth Annual Conglomerate Junior Scholars Workshop as a commenter on Ethan Leib’s paper, Friends as Fiduciaries. The group discussion. My comments. The intro from my comments: There can be a fine line between genius and…

Reuters Mismanages License Option

I’ve previously noted that contract drafting attorneys aren’t done when their contracts are signed because post-signing activities can dictate whether a well-drafted contract works as intended. Specifically, important dates related to the contract need to be calendared in a reliable…

Soy Milk v. Cow Milk, the Environmental Comparison

Slate’s Green Lantern compares the environmental impact of drinking soy milk v. cow’s milk. The conclusion: “soy is the somewhat more eco-conscious choice,” a conclusion reached somewhat reluctantly because soy milk is so much more processed than cow’s milk. Category:…

Teaching Cyberlaw Article

[Cross-posted to the Technology & Marketing Law Blog] As part of the recent St. Louis University Law Journal’s issue on Teaching Intellectual Property Law, I published a short article entitled “Teaching Cyberlaw.” The abstract: “Over the past dozen years, Cyberlaw…

David Lander: “Are Adjuncts a Benefit or a Detriment?”

David Lander, Are Adjuncts a Benefit or a Detriment?, 33 U. Dayton L. Rev. 285 (2008). This article looks at the pros and cons of staffing a course with an adjunct vs. full-time faculty and some ways to get the…

My Sprawling Digital Empire, Where to Find Me Online and My Friending Policy

Recently, I have proliferated the online venues where I am publishing content. This blog post enumerates all of the various places I hang out online: Technology & Marketing Law Blog. This is my main ongoing publication outlet. I try to…

Review of Ah, Rose Marie Bed & Breakfast, Fairbanks, Alaska

The Ah, Rose Marie Bed & Breakfast is a seven-room B&B in downtown Fairbanks, Alaska. I spent 3 nights there in June 2008 before and after my Hulahula River rafting vacation. My buddy and I picked the Ah, Rose Marie…

Santa Clara County “Staycations”

After literally traveling to the end of the earth on my last vacation (Kaktovik, Alaska), my next few vacations probably will be closer to home. On that topic, the Mercury News ran a special feature this weekend on Santa Clara…