An attempted to summarize my relationships with my mother, brother, and father in 2012, as understood by me in 2012.
For most of my life, I was successful. Generally speaking, each year was better than the prior year. Like many people, I had developed “rules” that guided my life. Maybe some of these items are wrong, or more likely, I am missing some key habits and skills.
I describe why the website is not well organized and has typographical errors, and I contemplate a new approach to writing my story.
I am not sure any more. I have some ideas, and my guess is that I am writing on this website for multiple reasons. Furthermore, I am probably unaware of one or more of the reasons I am writing this. I do not remember when I first considered writing on my website about my life's
One of my first attempts to explain why I lost all of my hope by March 2012–not most of my hope: all of my hope.
*16 From very early days down to the present time the essential nature of trusts and other equitable interests has formed a favorite subject for analysis and disputation. The classical discussions of Bacon1 and Coke are familiar to all students of equity, and the famous definition of the great chief justice (however inadequate it may
On Monday, May 21, 2007, the Institute for Science, Law & Technology, at the Illinois Institute of Technology held a conference titled Who Owns Your Body? Legal and Social Issues in Michael Crichton’s NEXT. Lori Andrews, the Director of the Institute and a Distinguished Professor of Law at Chicago-Kent College of Law, convened the conference