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Monday, April 04, 2011

 
New Blogrollage - Law Blogging Edition

Haven't done this in a long time.

Ann Althouse Quoting Wikipedia, she teaches "federal jurisdiction, civil procedure, and constitutional law at the University of Wisconsin Law School," having gained her tenure in 1989, the same year a lot of Eastern European politicians lost theirs. Recent posts explore the religious liberties of crass redneck pastors and euthanasia for dogs because they look scary.

Overlawyered "Chronicling the high cost of our legal system." Hosted by Cato scholar Walter Olson, with frequent contributions from American Enterprise Institute scholar Ted Frank, who is also founder and directs the Center for Class Action Fairness. Here's one recent gem: a suit to require stadiums to caption the songs they play for the benefit of the deaf. Commenter Jerryskids writes: "What about the rights of the blind to fully experience the cheerleaders? Will they be allowed down onto the field to feel the cheerleaders?"

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