The Law is the true embodiment
Of everything that's excellent.
It has no kind of fault or flaw,
And I, my Lords, embody the Law.
--The Lord Chancellor, Iolanthe, Gilbert and Sullivan
We can look at the foreclosure crisis as the pre-emininent law enforcement crisis of our time: Elite impunity for crimes committed and still being committed by lenders and servicers (“banksters”) on a massive scale.
Anonymity: it’s all the rage–Whisper, Secret–and it’s rage-inducing. A Brazilian court has ruled that Secret must be removed from app stores there, and existing installs remotely wiped. The UK’s House of Lords has recommended the en... Read Post
By lambert strether In a post earlier this year on the foreclosure crisis and In Re Jones ("'Code is law.' Literally," 2012-04-10), besides taking a passing swipe at Larry Lessig, I suggested there are two possible ways to look the ... Read Post
The Law is the true embodiment Of everything that's excellent. It has no kind of fault or flaw, And I, my Lords, embody the Law. Sir William Schwenck Gilbert, Iolanthe One of the first questions law students are taught to ask is: wh... Read Post