In “The Future of Digital Reading,” Eric Appleby discusses the continuing relevance of and need for print in many circumstances. One comment to the post alludes to some of the research on the human brain and Gary P. Rodrigues adds a worthwhile comment on the importance of careful (i.e. print-based) reading in legal thought and practice.
This past week’s effort: Revising and adding content to reflect the recent slew of Supreme Court decisions. This included the impact upon some equal protection and due process material by the Obergefell decision.
Well, the doctrine itself wasn’t actually dormant at all but it makes for a good headline as six additional 2014 Term decisions were released by the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday. Included among them was the noteworthy decision in Comptroller of Treasury of Md. v. Wynne (13-485) touching upon dormant Commerce Clause and double state taxation issues.
The third annual installment of this conference is being hosted today by CodeX: The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics. Of course, TR is a sponsor.