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Where would you rather practice? Texas or New York

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Yankees are casting dispersions aspersions on our fair Republic, er… state rather, at Simple Justice. (via Defending People and A Public Defender)

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  1. SHG says:

    “Yankees are casting dispersions…”

    I believe you mean “aspersions”. Is this what they teach you in that Texas law school?

  2. lukegilman says:

    UPDATE: The polls have closed at Simple Justice. New York came roaring back. I would demand a recount, but we all know how that goes.

  3. lukegilman Says:
    June 23rd, 2007 at 10:05 am
    D’oh!

    I’m unfamiliar with this particular Texas legal term, “D’oh!” Is this a latin derivative?

    lukegilman Says:
    June 23rd, 2007 at 10:08 am
    UPDATE: The polls have closed at Simple Justice. New York came roaring back. I would demand a recount, but we all know how that goes.

    According to the poll, it was largely a product of Texas law students’ overuse of the word “D’oh!”

  4. lukegilman says:

    An Anglo-Norman phrase, I believe, signifying doleful recognition of when one has been hoisted on one’s own petard. A well-known expression in the fields of law and politics, infrequently taught in law schools, but learned only from experience.

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