I’ve previously blogged about cases that remind me of the bar exam or law school exams. In reading a case released by the Court of Appeals yesterday, however, I was reminded of grammar lessons from 7th grade English class and the dreaded logic section of the LSAT.
Some moments will stick in your head forever. The birth of a child. The Challenger shuttle disaster. September 11th. President Kennedy’s assassination.
Ironically (and perhaps a little pathetically), “special” moments for this appellate practitioner include two appellate rules moments: Dogwood v. White Oak and the Supreme Court’s decision to abolish assignments of error.