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BLAWG LOG: Papke on ‘Lincoln’ and the law; Bergner on home rule begins at home

Reviewers of Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” have rightfully praised the film for its faithfulness to history and for the fine acting of Daniel Day Lewis, Sally Field, and Tommy Lee Jones, among others. As a “lifer” in legal academics, I was intrigued by the film’s engagement with law, lawmaking, and law-related ideology.

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BLAWG LOG: Geske on restorative justice, mediation in Ireland; Bergner on specialization threatening attorney’s function as counselor

I have the privilege this week of serving as the keynote speaker at the annual Irish Mediator’s Institute conference in Dublin, Ireland. I will talk to this professional mediation organization about the incorporation of restorative justice principles into high emotional conflicts.

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