Indiana Law Blog: What Should Judges Do If They Stumble Upon Online Discussion of a Pending Case?

“What should judges do if, while visiting the legal blogosphere, they encounter discussions about how pending cases ought to be decided?” That is the question Howard Bashman of How Appealing addresses today in his weekly commentary on Law.com.” Indiana Law Blog links to the answers.”The column, says Bashman, is based on a portion of the remarks he delivered earlier this week at the Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference.” I agree with Marcia Oddi’s high recommendation to read this posting.

“What should judges do if, while visiting the legal blogosphere, they encounter discussions about how pending cases ought to be decided?” That is the question Howard Bashman of How Appealing addresses today in his weekly commentary on Law.com.” Indiana Law Blog links to the answers.”The column, says Bashman, is based on a portion of the remarks he delivered earlier this week at the Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference.” I agree with Marcia Oddi’s high recommendation to read this posting.
UPDATE: From Indiana Law Blog.

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