'You'd Better Be Good': Congressional Threats of Removal ...
“You’d Better Be Good”: Congressional Threats of Removal Against Federal Judges Marc O. DeGirolami 1 The apparent state of relations [between Congress and the judiciary] is more tense than at any time in my lifetime. 2 When the political branches get involved in a specific case that’s pending before the
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"YOU CAN'T PLEASE EVERYONE, SO YOU'D BETTER PLEASE YOURSELF":" DIRECTING (OR TEACHING IN) A FIRST-YEAR LEGAL WRITING PROGRAM JAN M. LEVINE-This Article grew out of some informal comments to my friend and
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Estimates are okay and are certainly better than doing nothing or analysis by paralysis. Being approximately right is better than being absolutely wrong. You'd Better Know Your "ABC's" What To Do About It • 3
The original version of “You’d Better Sit Down: There’s Been a Crash” was written for a specific audience of pilots/families at a specific point in U.S. history. The characteristics of pilots and the descriptions of the larger working environment which are included should not be interpreted as suggesting that all pilots are like those
You’d Better Start Swimmin’ or You’ll Sink Like A Stone by KENNETH GOLDSMITH By Kenneth Goldsmith Stephen Burt is drowning in the digital deluge. He’s up to his eyeballs in information and he can’t take it anymore. It’s just too much. Too many blogs, too many Facebook pages, too much
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