This was my first time attending the ABA Tech Show, and I loved it. Not only did I get to connect with several old friends, but I met and enjoyed spending time with many very devoted and engaged teachers, developers, and practicing lawyers. I have special fondnesses for each of these groups. As a legal […]
The Gorsuch nomination provides a good opportunity to write about something that’s been on my mind for a while, the so-called “new natural law.” I know that some of the defenders of the Finnis project dislike that name because, like Finnis, they believe that there is nothing new about it. The Natural Law of Aquinas […]
I took a long rest from blogging as I read and researched some new directions in thinking about the law. The long and short of it is that I discovered what I think is a productive way forward in thinking about jurisprudence–a way to break out of the stale debates that have dominated Anlophone legal […]
Tanjo’s Will Jarvis interviewed me in a wide-ranging talk on legal tech, politics, and legal education.
Saturday, March 19th 2016, at Campbell Law School Morning 1. Government Resources 9:30 am to 10:30 am Economic Development Partnership of NC – Blake Jackman; U.S. Department of Commerce- International Trade Admin. – Shirreef Loza 2. Regulatory Compliance 10:45 am to 11:45 am FCPA – Susan Carr (SAS) ; Eric Green (inVentiv Health); Export Compliance – […]
Highly Recommended: Vivek Krishnamurthy “Cloudy with a Conflict of Laws” Abstract: As more and more of our lives are lived online, so too are those who live lives of crime. Like everyone else, criminals of all stripes are increasingly using online services of all kinds to plan and commit their wrongful acts. Evidence of crime […]
According to NASDAQ, JP Morgan is quietly testing a private chain with a small number of clients. The nation’s largest bank has been testing the program in recent months to move U.S. dollars for about 2,200 clients between the two financial centers using a version of the “blockchain” technology that underpins bitcoin, said Daniel Pinto, […]