U.S. District Judge James Browning is a fine fellow. There are many reasons to say so; but the first is that, though he sits in New Mexico, he was born in the Great State of Texas. Judge Browning kindly spoke to my E-Discovery class at the law school in September 2012. I’d sought him out because he’d been ably grappling with e-discovery issues in a case styled S2 v. Micron. In his remarks to my class, he splendidly recounted some of the challenges faced by judges who ascended to the bench before the Age of Digital Evidence. Judge Browning has one of those C.V.s that could make any lawyer hate him (e.g., Yale, varsity letterman, Law Review editor-in-chief, Coif, Supreme Court clerk); but he’s a good judge and a nice guy to boot.
I share my admiration of Judge Browning to underscore that I feel a bit of a rat…
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