Welcome

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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Saturday, July 24, 2010

Some New Articles Coming

I have received a couple of comments about taking a hiatus from the blog until September.  Keep in mind, it is only temporary.  I need to recharge my batteries and contemplate some new topics.  Right now, I am working on some new articles about succeeding in law school.  In addition, I want to start writing articles for my other classes - Corporation and Business Organizations as well as Trial Advocacy.  I am also speaking to the Concord Law School Federalist Society student group on August 8, 2010.  There meetings are held in a "PalTalk" room.  If anyone is interested in attending that session to listen and participate, let me know and I will contact the president of that group to see how to get you access.  The topic will be "Originalism/Textualism."  I am the faculty sponsor of that group and it is an honor to be asked.

If you have any requests, now would be a good time to ask.

Professor Doug Holden

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