LawMeme (Yale) – Features: Law School in a Nutshell, Part II.
Welcome back to Part II of Law School in a Nutshell, LawMeme's hacker-oriented introduction to reading legal documents and understanding the strange way in which lawyers look at the world. (You can go read Part I if you missed it at the time.)
In today's installment, we're going to look at the “Statement of the Case,” the factual foundation on which the Eldred brief's legal case will rest. We'll learn some more about the American legal system, what the word “fact” means to a lawyer, and look at some of the clever strategery hiding under some of Larry Lessig's polished words. (continues inside . . .) [Privacy Digest]