Baseball Crank
Covering the Front and Back Pages of the Newspaper
October 30, 2002

Dahlia Lithwick of Slate captures some of the ironies of the now-infamous Clifford Chance memo. (The New York Law Journal also captures the real bad news in the memo, from the perspective of big-law-firm managing partners). Of course, Lithwick herself is not innocent of griping about (spare us!) the tedium of being an internet legal pundit, where one never has to set foot in a courtroom with fewer than nine judges in it. (Any litigator who follows the Supreme Court could have told her that the real drama of First Monday in October is the cert granted/cert denied lists).

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