Tag Archives: Lawyers

On Trusting Experts

Except for neurosurgeons, no one thinks they’re a brain surgeon, and no one who isn’t a rocket scientist claims to be one – in fact we have that turn of phrase when we want to say someone is making things … Continue reading

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Jurisprudence and Prudence

Aside from being a sexual hound dog, John Edwards was never going to be president. He may have said exactly the right things for the right constituencies – there were two Americas and it was time for the little guy, or … Continue reading

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