Orin Is Too Humble To Mention This,

but the Ninth Circuit decision he blogged about cites his article, A User's Guide to the Stored Communications Act, and a Legislator's Guide to Amending It, 72 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1208 (2004), prominently and repeatedly.

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'Prominently and repeatedly.' Wow. Congratulations!
6.18.2008 8:27pm
Dave Hardy (mail) (www):
Now, if it had just been "favorably," too.

6.18.2008 9:41pm
one of many:
What else is to be expected when lawyers from both sides consult with you? I guess that must come from The Authority on the subject, as apparently everyone is recognizing.
6.19.2008 12:03am
Anon Y. Mous:
Orin... humble? Who'd of thunk? :)

Congrats Orin!
6.19.2008 12:09am
Constructively Reasonable (www):
Congratulations, Mr. Kerr. It is indeed high honor for a court to rely heavily on the work of one academic when deciding a new case. What impresses me more it that BOTH sides conferred with you. In total, that makes you an official authority on the subject.

You are the the Stored Communications Act Guru!
6.19.2008 1:44am
Barbara Skolaut (mail):
Cooooool, Orin. Congrats! :-D
6.19.2008 11:47am
Perhaps Mr. Kerr is holding out because of the inevitable reversal of the Ninth Circuit.
6.19.2008 12:17pm
Mary Katherine Day-Petrano (mail):
Some posters here thnk I don't like Orin, which is not true. I just don't always agree with his politics. But Orin writes some good articles, and truly deserves congrats to recognition of his highly knowledgeable expert article. His law students are very fortunate to have access to such a great prof.
6.19.2008 4:07pm
Mary Katherine Day-Petrano (mail):
"thnk" = think
6.19.2008 4:08pm