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January 22, 2015


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Not everyone agrees that content links are bad! Nor, is use of the first person when relevant and useful ... although you are self promoting a bit here, no? But here, there is arguably a legitimate reason to refer to the citation: the court cited your work and thus, as the first case to decide the issue, advanced the legal premises you (and others) advanced. Well done!

But, might you also tell us: are you a celebrity just like Stephen Colbert, with millions paying attention to you, like a veritable rock star? Do you really think that masses are interested in every aspect of your life? Do you want them to be?

Might we go a bit too far in mocking criticism of self referential, self indulgent, self aggrandizing "legal blogging" ... that isn't legal blogging at all?

Congrats that a court cited something you wrote in a law review article. That is the type of "legal blogging" that most of us prefer (I suspect) and support.

Kim Krawiec

Thanks for the kind words, anon, but even those living in my own household are barely interested in my life, I'm afraid :-) It just isn't that exciting most days.


Like most of us "rock stars," Kim. :)

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