Sunday, May 18, 2014

Legal Studies

Jutice Scalia gave a commencement address at a law school. Somehow he wasn't sent packing by protesters.

There have been budget-cutting proposals lately to cut law school from a 3-year program to a 2-year program. Scalia weighed in:

"To say you are a lawyer is to say you are learned in the law, and ... you can't do that in two years,"

But yesterday we looked at a story about the sheer number of federal laws - and how they proved uncountable.

After a mere
three years
I fear
you surely lack
a knowledge of most laws, in fact.

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