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Me on The Roderic Deane Show

Me on The Roderic Deane Show

I was interviewed for the Roderick Dean Show.

We covered a variety of subjects, including Geroge Zimmerman, some background about me, and Legal Insurrection in general.

I also answer the mystery surrounding what is a “clinical law professor.”

Listen to internet radio with Roderic Deane on Blog Talk Radio

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You sound taller than I had imagined. 🙂

In essence and someone correct me if I err, role
playing real life cases.

Excellent, did similar “training” in sales. Gets one ready for the real time firing line..

LukeHandCool | July 1, 2012 at 3:21 pm

Good interview, Professor!

Look forward to hearing you interviewed on Rush, Medved, Hannity, Levin, Prager, Hewitt, etc.

Or how about a LI radio show where you interview them? I see that Mr. Deane’s show is a blogradio show and that anybody can set one up.

Let me see, a clinical law professor. I believe that’s a law professor who can also give out flu shots and stitch up serious cuts. Am I close? Or does it have to do with the difference between law professors who wear elbow patches and those who don’t?

    TrooperJohnSmith in reply to Pasadena Phil. | July 1, 2012 at 4:06 pm

    Great interview!!

    Thank-you, P’fessor Jacobson for acting upon that suggestion that you start a blog. I think many people like yourself have demurred to “come out” as a conservative like you have. I know that in your particular professional milieu, there was a certain amount of risk to doing this. Thanks for your courage to do so!

    Thanks, again!!

Samuel Keck | July 1, 2012 at 4:07 pm

… what is a “clinical law professor.”

Gosh! In checking my graduate alma mater’s web site (Stephen M. Ross/University of Michigan) I notice that they now have a position titled “clinical professor of business administration;” must be going around. 🙂

Clinical profs get to wear scrubs.

Not really. The most socialistic of my professors…who did INCREDIBLE crap to his students…wore wrinkled khakis, a wrinkled oxford cloth shirt, and old nasty tennis shoes to class. He was also habitually late and unprepared. Linzer was his name, and he was 20 minutes late to my section’s first law exam. This had my section-mates going bat-spit crazy.

The most conservative prof. was Crump, who more often than not wore a suit to class. He also made up songs to help us learn things like the Erie Doctrine. He ALSO made up an exam and administered it to us BEFORE our first exam so we’d have an idea of what we were facing.

Sort of the difference between Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton in the Oval Office.

    GrumpyOne in reply to Ragspierre. | July 1, 2012 at 10:54 pm

    Ever notice that the anointed one is also habitually late to new conferences, functions and the like?

    I seems to me typical of the inconsiderate practices of most liberals along with their holier-than-though attitudes.

    Oh, and I enjoyed the radio interview!

1. Wow, you are a smooth rascal. I was taking your words in as blissfully as a nursing baby when the double-take hit me that here in action was a highly skilled practitioner of persuasion: art concealing art.

Fortunately you are using your great powers in the service of good…

2. When you talked about Angela Corey apparently allowing political pressure to distort her professional actions, I expected you to suggest the same about John Roberts. However, the interview was taped before the Obamatax ruling.

3. OT: As the New Year approached, I asked myself which public figure had I most lost respect for in 2011. My answer was Warren Buffett. This year John Roberts has emerged as the leading candidate. (I will eat crow, of course, if his apologists are proven correct.)

You may want to correct the spelling of Roderic Deane’s name. He might be embarrassed if he pays you a visit.

Hmm, my comment dissappeared; why didn’t you address SCOTUS rule 44?