Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Context

Some people from some law schools think they can avoid research on Manupatra just by using the words "context" and "paradigm."

When used in the plural then it is even more dangerous, I have noticed. The plural person is lazy, and can only talk, and then eventually leaves the firm for a human rights fellowship. Histories, contexts, paradigms. Even peoples. Come on, fuckers. Come on.
Womens- no, their grammer is usually correct.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Cola said...

Hilarious

2:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But wasnt it your law school (the one that prompted the mushrooming of the many other law schools and the one that the faithful refer to as the "haaarbaaaaaaard of the easht") that taught the world of little Indian lawyers the power of the "context" and the "paradigm" in the first place. C'mon happy, you know that the context and the paradigm have bailed you out on many nights when you just wanted to finish the bloody memo and get home. And you must confess-manupatra is a bitch to search anything on..unless you know exactly what you are looking for in which case you wouldnt need to search in the first place. I say "up with google search(es)" and "context(s)" and "paradigm(s)" !!

4:31 AM  
Blogger The Happy Lawyer said...

i am waiting for lexis and westlaw to enter the indian law space.
manupatra is so bad and leads to so much inflamation, it should be banned.

2:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Farewell Happy...

6:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have at last joined the club of "bitches"...we shall miss you

6:24 AM  
Blogger The Happy Lawyer said...

Thanks, anon.
I shall miss the scene
Around the coffee machine.

7:35 PM  

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