Another Frustrated Federal Judge

This week’s fruit of judicial frustration–and lesson to litigators–is  from Judge Sam Sparks of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas. Judge Sparks ordered counsel to a “kindergarten party” at the federal courthouse in Austin to learn “many exciting and informative lessons” including “[a]n advanced seminar on not wasting the time of a busy federal judge and his staff because you are unable to practice law at the level of a first year law student.” The WSJ Law Blog reports today that Judge Sparks canceled the kindergarten party because the parties were able to settle. I’d settle too if the alternative was judicial core-reaming in open court.

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