Toasted Ravioli in the News, or Welcome to The Anchor Plate

How can I not mention a new law blog that demonstrates the good taste to mention toasted ravioli in one of its first posts?  Case in point: The Anchor Plate, “an alternative voice on the practice of intellectual property litigation,” from St. Louis IP lawyers Pete Salsich III and Geoff Gerber.  Pete was a law student at Saint Louis University when I was Head of Computing Services at the Law Library (Hi Pete!)


About James G. Milles

Professor of Law, SUNY Buffalo Law School

Posted on January 29, 2010, in Blogs. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Hey Jim — great to hear from you and thanks so much for the shout-out about our new blog here and on Twitter. Who knew that Toasted Ravioli would be the phrase that got me noticed! I’m very impressed by your blog and your writing, and I’m happy to have found you — as we continue to explore new ways of practicing law and using information, I expect to continue the dialogue with you. Take care!

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