Mass. Appellate Briefs
January 21, 2010 8:43 AM   Subscribe

Mass. Appellate Briefs
A monthly newsletter of cases accepted for review at the high court of Massachusetts, with analysis by a former law clerk (me!). Sort of like a SCOTUSblog for Massachusetts. (For example, in December the Court agreed to hear arguments on whether a defendant lost his right to object to hearsay by the alleged victim, after he married her so she could claim the marital privilege.)

I don't know whether this will be interesting to most MeFi members, but it's an important project for me. This kind of analysis is what made my job at the Court such a blast, and it's fun to get to share it with people. I'm also entering solo practice at an early point in my career, and it's a great chance to show what I can do. Please subscribe if you're interested, and let me know what you think.
posted by jhc (1 comment total)

I don't have any pressing interest in MA law, but it seems like a good way for a young lawyer to promote himself.
posted by COD at 9:56 AM on January 21, 2010

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