It seems that law students have something to learn from baseball’s unwritten rules. Not sure exactly what that is, but the University of Connecticut School of Law has added The Baseball Codes to its 3rd-floor popular-reading collection.
I can’t imagine what the legal equivalent of “don’t pimp your home runs” might be; perhaps a Connecticut lawyer (or pre-lawyer) can fill us in.
2 thoughts on “The Code and the Law”
I bet you didn’t see this coming when you were writing the book.
It’s considered bad form for lawyers to openly gloat after winning a court ruling (especially in the presence of the judge or the other lawyers). Deadpan is the approved expression.