Dan K's Inferno

Speak Up, Write Concisely And Remember Roots

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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I am offering some unsolicited advice. As I write this column, Andrew McDonald has just been confirmed by the legislature to be the newest Justice of our Supreme Court. And so, bearing in mind singer-satirist Tom Lehrer's acerbic comment that modern philosophers mostly enjoy giving advice to people happier than they are, allow me to offer three thoughts about how Justice McDonald can live up to the deserved praise that accompanied his nomination.

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