Winston Churchill once famously rejected a desert saying, as he pushed it away, “This pudding has no theme.”
Of the many criticisms that can be justifiably leveled at my weekly post on this blog, lack of theme, I hope, is not one.
The theme of my posts is the need to preserve our adversarial system of civil justice; to prevent it from morphing into one that basically offers only interest-based dispute resolution because the energy and the skills needed to determine rights, have fallen into disuse.
I carry that theme around all during the working week, and after hours too. . . . [more]