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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

"Law Porn" 2.0? Unsubscribe!

This observation is law school related, so I will take the liberties of posting it to our humble blog about contract law.  And, since I have used the word "porn" in my post, we'll probably generate some traffic and maybe even get a few unexpected people interested in contract law....

So, is it me, or has "law porn" finally found my email inbox?  This year, it appears that there is a particularly high volume of junk email from law schools about how great they are... more than ever before and certainly a higher volume in proportion to the ordinary print brochures (though, I've received plenty of those too, they just don't interrupt me the same way as an email when it pops up).

[Meredith R. Miller]

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Hey Meredith!

Environmental Jeremy gets the better of grumpus Jeremy on this issue. I prefer my Law Porn in easily deletable format. I also prefer not to see precious law school resources devoted to (IMHO on the whole, useless) marketing schemes, and e-porn is cheaper than snail mail porn, non?

Posted by: Jeremy Telman | Oct 5, 2011 11:17:55 AM

All good points, Jeremy. I guess my first position is an abolition of the gloss in any form. But, I suppose you are correct that, if we have to have it at all, the electronic format is more sustainable.

Posted by: Meredith R Miller | Oct 7, 2011 5:51:47 AM

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