Friday, June 30, 2017

iPhone JD on appellate arguments

Image result for ipadYou've undoubtedly read many article celebrating the tenth anniversary of the iPhone. But where's the appellate angle, you ask? Ok, check out the iPhone JD blog, which posted an entry earlier this month on Using an iPad to draft an appellate oral argument.

Also of interest, going from the 21st Century to the early 19th, see Chief Justice Roberts quoted this little-known 19th-century lawmaker in siding with religious institutions in church-state decision about the "H.M. Brackenridge, a member of the Maryland House of Delegates and leading supporter of what was known as the “Jew Bill” — a measure to remove the state’s requirement that elected officials swear to “a belief in the Christian religion.”