- Emily Prifogle, Michigan Law and a Former LHB Associate Blogger hosts K-Sue Park for a discussion of how Professor Park uses history in her Property course at Georgetown Law (LPEblog).
- Shirley Abrahamson, who served on the Wisconsin Supreme Court for 43 years, has died. Among her accomplishments is her SJD thesis, "Law and the Wisconsin Dairy Industry: Quality Control of Dairy Products, 1838-1929" (1962), written under the direction of James Willard Hurst.
- Indiana University's Center for Law, Society & Culture has a speaker series on law and emotion in spring 2021. Nicole Wright's Feb.12 session will be on affective discourse in 18th-c. legal terminology. Register here.
- ICYMI: Jon Allsop on reviving the Federal Writers Project (CJR). Bruce Carver Boynton, the plaintiff in Boynton v. Commonwealth of Virginia (US 1960), has died (Common Dreams). Clay S. Jenkinson on "Presidential Transitions and the Vagaries of America’s History" (Governing).
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