Tag Archives: ethics

Red Means Go

There’s a whole lot of problems that people have to deal with these days.  Hopefully people realize that red means stop and that if you have to bend a law to win, maybe you need to rethink your logic. Continue reading

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Free Doughnuts and Ethics

by Erik Adams Recently, NPR’s Planet Money“ podcast aired “The Power of Free” (originally aired in July 2012 as “The Cost of Free Doughnuts”). It relates the story of how many veterans don’t like the Red Cross, because for a … Continue reading

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Too Crowded? The Pros and Cons of Crowdsourcing Legal Research

A few weeks ago, I gave a lecture in our Advanced Legal Research course on free and low-cost legal research. This is not a new lecture topic for me. Typically, we focus on Fastcase and Casemaker for the low-cost resources, … Continue reading

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