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Tag: Law Librarian Blog
*Historic* Delaware State Legislation Legalizing the Right to Track Stock Trades Via a Blockchain...
by gwilson on July 7, 2017 1:41 pm…potentially altogether removing the need for intermediaries like stock exchanges and stockbrokers. An Act to Amend Title 8 of the Delaware Code Relating to the General Corporation Law [149th General Assembly, Senate Bill No. 69] — please see here. For some reports on the legislation, please see here and here. H/t to Law Librarian Blog.
by gwilson on April 22, 2017 1:25 pmPlease see here. The abstract and citation (from SSRN.com): ABSTRACT: We construct our conceptual world using metaphors. Yet sometimes our concepts are flawed and our metaphors do damage. This Article examines a set of metaphors currently doing damage in law – those for legal research. It shows that while technology has radically altered the material…
"Judges and Their Papers" by Kathryn A. Watts, Univ. of Washington School of Law -- Who should own a federal judge’s papers?
by gwilson on May 3, 2013 12:02 pmUniversity of Washington (UW) School of Law Associate Professor Kathryn A. Watt’s subject, thought-provoking paper is here. Hat tip to Law Librarian Blog. Cross-posted at Legal Research Plus.