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Wednesday, March 17, 2004

Professor Bainbridge in a ball gown?

That was my first reaction when I read this post. But seriously, folks, I'd never before heard of the possibility of an appellate judge issuing an opinion either "dubitante" or "debutante" — and having troubled to read the post from the Indiana Law Blog that he linked to explain the former, I still think either would be a very bad idea (at least for male appellate judges in the latter case).

Posted by Beldar at 09:19 PM in Humor, Law (2006 & earlier) | Permalink


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