Friday, January 10, 2014

More pro bono accolades for H&Ler

Congrats to H&L's Jeremy Rosen who was named to the National Law Journal's Pro Bono Hot List (see Small-Firm Lawyer Manages Big Win and here).

And now in another installment of our unrelenting endeavor to connect all noble human activities to appellate practice, we offer this:
In exploring the eternal battle between hitter and pitcher, Roger Angell's Five Seasons: A Baseball Companion (2004), explains: "The smiling pitcher begins not only with the advantage of holding his fate in his own hands, or hand, but with the knowledge that every advantage of physics and psychology seems to be on his side."
Sounds like being the respondent/appellee on appeal, with the outcome odds about the same too!