July 2, 2008

The Milwaukee Fed Sox

I keep meaning to toss a kudo or several the way of the Milwaukee Federalist Society, whose weblog here is maintained by Terrence Berres, an occasional commenter at this location and at the Shark's lair with an especially dry and therefore winning sense of humor.

While I likely wouldn't be caught dead at a Federalist Society shindig — not even to pilfer the brownies — Mr. Berres's weblog is a very useful one-stop shopping repository of Wisconsin State court opinions complete with links to relevant commentary and so forth.

I also just noticed the other day that one of Mr. Berres's colleagues, David Ziemer, is a contributor to the Wisconsin Law Journal,* where he produced a good piece about a case called State v. Jensen and its future in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Giles v. California that I've written about a number of times here.

A very highly recommended local blog, and much appreciated.

* Hard copy subscriptions: $500-plus per annum.


Terrence Berres said...

If you'd attend, I'm still willing to try to special order one Welsh rarebit.

illusory tenant said...

I will attend the Fed Soc's online debate, as I'm always interested in what Mark Tushnet has to say.