“Doing Battle” in a New Realm

Well, something it seemed might never happen is happening — I am embracing goddess worship as part of my practice.  No, not part of my legal practice (as I haven’t one yet), but part of my personal practice that allows me to feel as strong and capable AND beautiful and shiny as I have theContinue reading ““Doing Battle” in a New Realm”

Studio Space for Lawyers

So I’m currently listening to a panel at a symposium being hosted at my law school this weekend.  It’s the second gathering of the Alliance for Experiential Learning in Law and I’m covering it for our school’s Law & Leadership Journal. The current presenters are discussing their perspectives on experiential ed from other disciplines, fromContinue reading “Studio Space for Lawyers”

Disruption Revolution: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Leadership

Today’s post is a review of a book I’ve recently been soaking up, called Disruption Revolution: Innovation, Entrepreneurship & the New Rules of Leadership.  It was written by David Passiak, who was once a scholar of religion.  His focus then was on how emerging communications technologies tended to coincide with periods of religious, political andContinue reading “Disruption Revolution: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Leadership”

Dispatches from Exam Land

Income Tax.  Final Exam.  Yesterday.  9 am. Per usual, got up around 6.  Fed & walked the dog.  Meditated a bit on all the tax-related thoughts swarming my brain (exam-specific ‘monkey mind’ if you will). Packed a snack bag of bananas & peanut butter.  Water bottle.  And embarked on my half-mile journey to school, againContinue reading “Dispatches from Exam Land”

Wild Law

So there’s a book called Wild Law: A Manifesto for Earth Justice.  It was written by Cormac Cullinan, a leader of the ‘Wild Law’ movement, an offshoot (forgive the eco pun) of Earth Law, an even more well-known movement advocating for the rights of Nature. Cormac’s conception of wild law is about observing and honoringContinue reading “Wild Law”

B & Benefit Corps Abound

This is a memo I wrote for my Business Associations class this semester.  We don’t cover b or benefit corps in our curriculum… I. ISSUE: Profit In Dollars For a Few Over Everything and Everyone Else    In corporation law, the conduct of corporations is governed by fiduciary duties that officers of a company oweContinue reading “B & Benefit Corps Abound”