On choosing open licenses

I’ve recently written a technical roadmap for one of my shadow projects.  I’ll quote what I have so far about software licensing, at least as it pertains to feedstock: Open source feedstock preferred Licenses that permit us to keep the source internal, even when we distribute binaries externally (BSD, MIT, Apache) are approved for use […]

Updated UBE Map

I’ve updated my UBE Map for late 2014.  Make sure to read my previous post and check out the ABA Guide to Bar Admissions.  My source for information is the NCBEX page on the UBE.

MyCase review

Practice management is like doing taxes: it’s not something most people take any particular enjoyment in, but you have to stay organized and on top of things. I have high, but I think reasonable, expectations for services. They are: 0. Honesty. 1. Don’t lose data. 2. Make it easy for me to save my own […]

On holding a conference

Respect the audience.  Treat them like adults.  This means, among other things, assuming they know how to take appropriate notes and that they don’t need a “guiding voice” in order to figure out your message. Make your message comprehensible.  This means having a central thesis and giving presenters useful guidance. Do not try to induce […]

Kansas law students- take the UBE first!

If you’re in law school now and you want to practice in Kansas, I encourage you to have a look at the Uniform Bar Exam site and consider taking the UBE before the Kansas bar.  Here’s the lowdown on the UBE: Three of the four states bordering Kansas have adopted the UBE: Nebraska, Missouri, and […]