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Law nerd alert: An examination of New Mexico’s unique case-citation rule

Peter W. Martin, the Jane M. G. Foster Professor of Law (Emeritus) at Cornell Law School, has a blog which is a law nerd’s delight. The blog is called Citing Legally: Occasional observations concerning the citation of legal authorities by … Continue reading

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Check out the (relatively) new appellate blog, “I Object!”

I recently learned of the very helpful I Object! A Blog on Preservation of Error, which was started in October 2014 by the Florida law firm of Carlton Fields Jorden Burt. As the name implies, the blog addresses the finer points of … Continue reading

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