Saturday, November 01, 2014


Two ideas

Stanford Law School has started a brand new journal dedicated to criminal law, the Stanford Journal of Criminal Law and Policy.  I had the honor not only of speaking at their symposium, but my article Narcotics Prosecutors as Problem Solvers is the lead article in their first issue-- the cite is 1 Stan. J. of Crim. L. & Pol'y 1 (2014).  Not that it means much-- I think that articles in the same issue by Erik Luna and Ron Wright/Kay Levine/Marc Miller are more significant.  Still, I appreciate everything the people at Stanford did!

Also this week I wrote a (much shorter) Hallowee-themed piece for the Huffington Post called The 5 Scariest Teachings of Jesus that somehow entered a social media wormhole and ended up with 6,400 likes on Facebook (and 600+ angry comments).  Many readers of that piece wrote to me directly.  Some of their notes were helpful and interesting, while others were just... interesting.

I find your No. 2 and No. 1 particularly vexing. Scary indeed!
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