Inconsistent language = inconsistent justice

Earlier this week, I put the finishing touches on an article discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. United States. As you may recall, … ›

PLF seeking information from Davis and Berkeley

Last week, a number of friends, colleagues, and outside attorneys emailed me this post from Josh Blackman.   It seems that both UC Davis and UC Berkeley are requiring law review … ›

Property rights trump ambiguous rules, that much is clear

Thanks to The Urban Lawyer (Vol. 43, No. 4) for publishing my article, Tie Goes to the Landowner: Ambiguous Zoning Ordinances and the Strict Construction Rule.  The article describes the … ›

Respect the blog: legal scholars' increasing reliance on law blogs

Author: Brian T. Hodges Although the legal profession is quick to adopt any new technology or gadgetry that could improve productivity, when it comes to legal scholarship the profession has … ›

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Inconsistent language = inconsistent justice

Earlier this week, I put the finishing touches on an article discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. United States. As you may recall, … ›

PLF seeking information from Davis and Berkeley

Last week, a number of friends, colleagues, and outside attorneys emailed me this post from Josh Blackman.   It seems that both UC Davis and UC Berkeley are requiring law review … ›

Property rights trump ambiguous rules, that much is clear

Thanks to The Urban Lawyer (Vol. 43, No. 4) for publishing my article, Tie Goes to the Landowner: Ambiguous Zoning Ordinances and the Strict Construction Rule.  The article describes the … ›

Respect the blog: legal scholars' increasing reliance on law blogs

Author: Brian T. Hodges Although the legal profession is quick to adopt any new technology or gadgetry that could improve productivity, when it comes to legal scholarship the profession has … ›

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Inconsistent language = inconsistent justice

Earlier this week, I put the finishing touches on an article discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. United States. As you may recall, … ›

PLF seeking information from Davis and Berkeley

Last week, a number of friends, colleagues, and outside attorneys emailed me this post from Josh Blackman.   It seems that both UC Davis and UC Berkeley are requiring law review … ›

Property rights trump ambiguous rules, that much is clear

Thanks to The Urban Lawyer (Vol. 43, No. 4) for publishing my article, Tie Goes to the Landowner: Ambiguous Zoning Ordinances and the Strict Construction Rule.  The article describes the … ›

Respect the blog: legal scholars' increasing reliance on law blogs

Author: Brian T. Hodges Although the legal profession is quick to adopt any new technology or gadgetry that could improve productivity, when it comes to legal scholarship the profession has … ›

Inconsistent language = inconsistent justice

Earlier this week, I put the finishing touches on an article discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Arkansas Game & Fish Commission v. United States. As you may recall, … ›

PLF seeking information from Davis and Berkeley

Last week, a number of friends, colleagues, and outside attorneys emailed me this post from Josh Blackman.   It seems that both UC Davis and UC Berkeley are requiring law review … ›

Property rights trump ambiguous rules, that much is clear

Thanks to The Urban Lawyer (Vol. 43, No. 4) for publishing my article, Tie Goes to the Landowner: Ambiguous Zoning Ordinances and the Strict Construction Rule.  The article describes the … ›

Respect the blog: legal scholars' increasing reliance on law blogs

Author: Brian T. Hodges Although the legal profession is quick to adopt any new technology or gadgetry that could improve productivity, when it comes to legal scholarship the profession has … ›