Category Archives: Law

WP: A speech code for lawyers, banning viewpoints that express ‘bias,’ including in law-related social activities

During our Sunday interview, Frame Game Radio, a Jewish New York corporate lawyer, suggested that the following is why Kyle Bristow cucked so badly over the weekend. A lawyer friend says: “Lawyers like to think of themselves as potential Atticus … Continue reading

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Judge Kosinski Retires

Comments at Steve Sailer: * A clerkship with Judge Kozinski is really hard to get, but it is a serious boost to people who want to go on to clerk for the Supreme Court. He really did have an “in” … Continue reading

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Legendary Lawyers

Steve Sailer writes: It’s hard to be a legendary lawyer outside your state boundaries. Racehorse Haynes of Houston had a couple of national network miniseries made about his biggest cases in Texas, but he stuck to Texas. Los Angeles has … Continue reading

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Carl Schmitt on the Tyranny of Values

Greg Johnson writes: Carl Schmitt’s two essays on “The Tyranny of Values” (1959 and 1967) are typical of his work. They contain simple and illuminating ideas which are nevertheless quite difficult to piece together because Schmitt presents them only through … Continue reading

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Why Didn’t He Pass The Bar?

Joe* says: I have a theory as to why he did not pass the bar. The bar is mainly reading comprehension of the English language at a high level, based on a firm education in the language from infancy. So … Continue reading

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