In the non-election-related realm
As is evident from my previous post, my earlier
prediction that I would stop paying attention to the election after the last debate has not panned out.
I have been doing other things though. There's always lots of stuff happening on the home front
for one thing. And--always the life of the party--I've actually begun to carry around Chirelstein's tax treatise
with me literally everywhere I go. Needless to say, I'm waaaaaaaay into my tax course. It would not be out of the ordinary for me to try and rehash Chirelstein's views--say, on the significance of Section 1031--as if that were normal dinner-table conversation. K has been very patient with me.
And--today I had a meeting with an old professor of mine from my undergrad days who is advising me on how to approach the "re-imagining the curriculum" project. I'm getting ready to pitch my idea for how the law school curriculum should be changed around. Your comments are welcome, by the way. (But if you dis tax I'll not listen).
Blog admin note: I just realized that my "comments" feature was set to only allow comments from registered users (people with a Blogger account). I changed it so all you people with scathing words or undeserved praise can add your comments under the name "Anonymous."