Wednesday, September 06, 2006
Lawrence R. Velvel of the Massachusetts School of Law pulls no punches about his thoughts on the Seventh Circuit's recent decision in a case involving IBM's pension plan. He thinks it's "abominable," and a product of "the dishonesty one reviles and the federal judiciary about which one rarely writes." He explains why, then follows up, on his blog. (Dean Velvel is also a podcaster.)
By the way, Dean Velvel is the first blogging law school dean I've yet encountered. If there are others, do let me know.
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