Saturday, April 7, 2012

Should this philosophy be applied in economics seminars?

An interesting perspective from the Supreme Court:
"We have a lifetime to go back in chambers and to argue with each other," he said. "They have 30, 40 minutes per side for cases that are important to them and to the country. They should argue. That's a part of the process....I don't like to badger people. These are not children. The court traditionally did not do that. I have been there 20 years. I see no need for all of that. Most of that is in the briefs, and there are a few questions around the edges."
Tip O' The Cap to Ryan for the pointer.

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