Friday Links

Above, you’ll see the cover of Batman – Bruce Wayne: Fugitive #1, published not so long ago in 2002. We direct your attention to the wanted poster hanging just above where Batman is standing. Now, let’s not consider the great coincidence of Batman happening to find himself right next to a wanted poster featuring a picture of Bruce Wayne. Let’s instead focus on the wanted poster itself. First off, it doesn’t suggest what the reader is to do if he or she happens to see Bruce Wayne. There’s no toll free number to call; there’s no reference to any police force or law enforcement authorities to contact. Plus, there’s not even a hint of a reward! No wonder Bruce Wayne is running around free somewhere!

Okay, so who pre-ordered an iPhone 5 today? Not us, we must confess. We here at Abnormal Use will wait for the iPhone 6. If you did, please let us know if you were successful. Further, to keep up with all the iPhone related madness, we suggest you read Jeff Richardson’s excellent iPhone J.D. blog, which is covering this story in full.

Our fearless leader, Mills Gallivan, has been elected to serve as the President of the National Foundation for Judicial Excellence (NFJE).  The NFJE, established in 2004, is a non-profit organization that supports an independent and well-versed judiciary in order to promote excellence and fairness in the civil justice system.  The NFJE accomplishes this task through providing education to the judiciary as well as hosting an annual national symposium for state appellate judges.

How long has it been since you read the Abnormal Use mission statement, published way, way back on January 4, 2010? If it’s been a while, or if you’ve never read it, you can check it out here.

Earlier this week, we ran a post on the Aurora, Colorado shooting litigation. That post has drawn a few comments, so if you missed that exchange, be sure to revisit it.

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