The Return of April Fools’ LawProf Blog Posts
In year’s past, I wrote April Fools’ posts. Some were more convincing than others. However, during the Trump presidency, I stopped. Parody blurred with reality. And I worried that people may not realize I was joking.
But with Trump out of office, is it safe to joke again? I considered writing one for this year: House Republicans were drafting articles of impeachment against former President Obama. Believe it? Plausible.
Today, I noticed that at least two professors wrote clever April Fools’ jokes.
Mike Dorf wrote a post titled Testiness at the First Annual Conference on Originalismism.
Yesterday I “attended” and moderated a panel at a fascinating Zoom-based conference hosted by the three law schools with the closest connection to originalism in constitutional interpretation: Georgetown Law Center, the Antonin Scalia Law School at Geor
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