Category Archives: Experimental

Here, we post things that are a bit out of the ordinary.

Final Exams (Suggested Templates)

    In light of the recent election and the desire of professors to remain relevant, here are some suggested templates for use in drafting final exams within your department. Economics What does the high-end commercial construction business teach us … Continue reading

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This is Not a Law Review Article

By Pierre Schlag * March 31, 2016 Keywords: law review article, absurd, cass sunstein Abstract: This short piece [does not] describe the form, structure and vexations of the law review article qua scholarly artifact. It also [does not] contain Professor … Continue reading

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American Absurd

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Notes in Support of the Liberal Arts Law School

Here are a few ideas for how law schools that are not in the top ten (or not in the fifteen that are in the top ten) might respond to the structural forces bearing down on legal education. For those … Continue reading

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Facts (The)

These little items are trouble.   Let me state right off that I have not always been on entirely friendly terms with “the facts.”  We have had a long and, at times, uneasy relation.   Things took a bad turn early.  I … Continue reading

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Mayan End of the World Canceled (A Brazenandtenured Exclusive)

Apparently, through some rather incredible and oddly parallel set of mistakes, the ending of the world will not happen on December 21st.   Instead, it appears the world has already ended on November 10th.     The mistake is a moment of some … Continue reading

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Book Review (and subtext)

The recent publication of  […….] by Professor X marks a moment in the history of […….].  It establishes him as one of the leading, if not the leading, authority on the subject of […….]. Professor X works at Zip Code Law … Continue reading

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