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Welcome to my Law blog specifically intended as an aid to law students. I will post comments and white papers, from time to time, and I am happy to carry on conversations with students who are in need of help in law school.


I am most conservative and appropriate in my approach so if you comment and/or have questions to ask, please do so with an equal degree of appropriateness.



I am a Professor of Law at Concord Law School, an Internet Law School located in Los Angeles, though I live, teach and otherwise work out of Lakewood, Colorado, resting up against the foothills just west of Denver.

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I have no set schedule of posting, but I hope you will check in from time to time.

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Friday, July 23, 2010

Completed

I have pretty much completed my goal for posting articles for first-year subjects, Contracts, Torts and Criminal Law, so I am going to take some time off to contemplate other projects.

I have had some students who have been unable to collect articles based on subject matter in this blog.  I have been able to figure out how to put a list of labels on the left side of each post do it will be easier to follow a topic of interest - related articles I have written.  I hope that works for everyone. 

You can also give this a try.  Locate an article and scroll down to the end.  There you will see the label for that article.  If you select it, you will then be able to see all articles within that label.  You can also select the month and year on the "Archive" listing lower down the left had column on the most current article.  You can browse there until you see the classification you desire.

Anyway, see if that is helpful.

Comments and questions are welcomed.

I'll check back in September, 2010.

Professor Doug Holden

2 comments:

  1. I can't thank you enough for your blog. Sometimes reading a hornbook feels like you're reading a Greek manuscript. I find that after checking out your relevant blog entry I can then approach the hornbook without my eyes glossing over.
    I know it must have been a lot of work writing all this out but, I certainly appreciate it.
    -Jason

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  2. Thanks, Jay. I am working on some more articles regarding succeeding in law school. I hope they will be helpful.

    This has been quite a project, but great fun and challenging for me. I have learned a lot as well.

    Please keep checking back in.

    Doug

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