Monday, December 26, 2005

recommended reading

One of the funniest cases on record is Miles v. City Council of Augusta, 710 F.2d 1542 (11th Cir. 1983).  If you don't have access to a commercial legal database or the books of U.S. law reports, one place you can access the case online is  The case concerns a dispute about a talking black cat named Blackie.  It is just one entry in a book full of funny cases, Blackie the Talking Cat: And Other Favorite Judicial Opinions, now out of print, but still available via the usual sources and in law libraries.  It's a good choice if you're still looking for a gift for a colleague or a vacation read.  (spl)

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