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Don Mayer and Adam Sulkowski

have a tendency to gather information in a self-serving way and also to process that information in a way that is self-serving. Fans of two teams watching a video of a football game between the two will tend to disagree completely about which team got the most breaks from the referees. Albert H. Hastorf & Hadley Cantril, They Saw a Game: A Case Study , 45(1) J. Abnormal Psychol. 129-34 (1954). Studies show that even people who are trained to be objective and skeptical, such as auditors and scientists, tend to find more persuasive the information that is consistent

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Peter H. Huang

alcohol, drugs, and unhealthy food. Alcohol (over)consumption is accepted in the student culture of many law schools. Many law school events and functions routinely serve alcohol. Many law students get together to drink alcohol during a weekly informal “bar review” night, often Thursday before additional drinking at weekends parties and/or tailgating before football games. The lawyer well-being report issued recently by the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being explicitly and expressly recommends that law schools deemphasize alcohol at social events and discourage

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Thaddeus Manu and Felipe Romero Moreno

Civile Francais Traduit En Anglais) in English, (Ed) 2016. 44. Films Rover International Ltd v Cannon Film Sales Ltd [1986] 3 All ER 772. 45. G & G v Wikimedia [2010] EMLR 14. 46. Gabbatt A., and Taylor, M., Scottish Newspaper Identifies Injunction Footballer (The Guardian, 22 May 2011). 47. Gavison, R., “Privacy and the Limits of Law” (1980) 89 Yale Law Journal 421. 48. Gerety, T., “Redefining Privacy” (1977) 12 Harvard Civil Rights - Civil Liberties Law Review 2, 233. 49. Glancy, D., “The Invention of the Right to Privacy