Monthly Archives: September 2014

McCleary — The Washington School Funding Case — Justice Tom Chambers

Before he died in December 2013, Justice Tom Chambers made an entry in his blog about the McCleary Case.  THE STATE’S DUTY TO PAY FOR EDUCATION,  May 7, 2013.  Justice Chambers was on the bench when the court handed down … Continue reading

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McCleary — School Funding Case — Amicus

Prior the Supreme Court’s Order to the State of Washington to show cause why it should not be held in contempt I filed an Amicus Curiae brief in the case.  Amicus Curiae Eugster.   The McCleary Answer was filed on August … Continue reading

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Tort Principles and Gaza / Israel Summer 2014

Here is an interesting article about tort law and the application of tort law principles to the Gaza / Israel Crisis, Summer 2014.

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McCleary v. State: School Funding, New Powers of Wn. Supreme Court?

The Supreme Court had its show cause hearing yesterday in the McCleary v. State K-12 School Funding case.   The argument was televised on TVW.  It can be watched again on TVW at this link.  It is worth watching – hearing, especially … Continue reading

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Middle East Conflagration — The Desire for a Caliphate

The Middle East seems to be a conflagration of large street gangs who are on a rampage of blood lust against one and all. Every group leader and every group member are wrapped up in the religious flag of Islam. … Continue reading

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