In honor of our base 10 number system, we revert to type and have recorded a long, self-indulgent episode. We reflect on our show, respond to feedback, and wonder about law and legal academia. Also Joe’s travels and nonsense. Feedback includes the other side of the expedite problem, a morality quiz for Joe, the proper playback speed for this show, political processes in arrest and indictment, professionalism norms and racism, SSRN’s purchase by Elsevier, more on the Bluebook and its connection with the problems of legal knowledge creation, and what our jobs are and whether we should keep doing this show.
This show’s links:
- Christian Turner, Podcasts
- Oral Argument 0: Who Is Your Hero?
- Flyover Country
- Oral Argument 96: Students as Means
- Alvin Roth, Who Gets What - And Why
- Leegin Creative Leather Products v. PSKS; Klor’s v. Broadway-Hale Stores
- Oral Argument 99: Power (guest Lisa Heinzerling); Richard Posner, The Incoherence of Antonin Scalia
- On the bar exam: Oral Argument 61: Minimum Competence (guest Derek Muller); Oral Argument 62: Viewer Mail; Virginia Bar, Mandatory Dress Code
- Oral Argument 98: T3 Jedi (guests Jeremy Kessler and David Pozen)
- Michael Jensen's announcement of the sale of SSRN to Elsevier
- John Dupuis, Elsevier Buys SSRN: Another Sideshow or the Main Event?
- Paul Gowder, SSRN Has Been Captured by the Enemy of Open Knowledge
- About arXiv
- Oral Argument 91: Baby Blue (guest Chris Sprigman)
- Oral Argument 12: Heart of Darkness