Category Archives: Wizard of Oz (film)

Dorothy’s Advice for Lawyers

Film Friday In a 2006 commencement address to the University of Richmond Law School, John Douglass outlined how The Wizard of Oz can serve as a guide for lawyers. His brother Brent, husband of Carter Douglass whose children-in church poem I published two weeks ago, alerted me to it, and since it fits this blog […]

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