Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933-2020)

I met RBG only once, but the impact has lasted ever since. In third year of law school, I participated in Moot Court.  Our hypothetical case (before the “US Supreme Court”) pitted a Tennessee school board with an all-male “academic” track against a 17-year-old girl. ... read more +

Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933-2020)

I met RBG only once, but the impact has lasted ever since. In third year of law school, I participated in Moot Court.  Our hypothetical case (before the “US Supreme Court”) pitted a Tennessee school board with an all-male “academic” track against a 17-year-old girl. ...

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Build Back Better: For or Against Cities?

The world’s leading  business media have written at length—in pieces both speculative and just-the-facts—about scenarios for global metropolitan areas post-Coronatide, and in our humble microdot of the media universe, Adam Smith, Esq. has also published “Whither the...

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Summer Reading List

Some of the books that have crossed my desk, and end-table, over the past few months. This year of Coronatide, I define “summer” loosely, as I suspect many of you do.  Sometimes it all feels like March has been extended for an indefinite run.  (September 1 would be...

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Build Back Better: The Covid-19 “Slingshot”

If one is looking for an image to encapsulate the Covid-19 "Slingshot" phenomenon, you will find an embarrassment of riches.  But this has to be one of our favorites. In 8 weeks--a heartbeat in a human lifetime--the penetration of online retail increased by 11...

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