Wednesday, April 8, 2009

First Circuit posts oral argument on Tenenbaum webcast issue

A recording of today's First Circuit's oral argument on the Tenenbaum webcast issue is now available here.

Analysis to come...


  1. Good thing the Court permitted amicus to argue, because Prof. Nesson's argument didn't advance his case at all. Given the nature of Prof. Nesson's argument, Judge Selya was surprisingly restrained. I'm guessing he just totally disengaged once Prof. Nesson started to go off the reservation.

  2. Who said Nesson was ever on the reservation?

  3. "There is no genius free from some tincture of madness"


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