Recently, I was featured in some publications. I wanted to put the links in one place, and this blog seemed like a good place. So, without further ado, if you are interested in SCU lawyers and what it's like to coach youth basketball, you might like the following links:
http://proxyexchange.org/barrister_program [current as of 1/2011]
Describing himself as philosophically Jeffersonian, Matthew [Rafat] is passionate about economics. It is not the theories or the personalities that draw him. It is the issues: "What concerns me now is that so many people in the U.S. seem to have lost their capacity for long term planning, delayed gratification, and sacrifice for future generations. At the end of the day, capitalistic systems rely on a fragile balance of supply and demand; thus, they only work if most people are honest, reasonable, and prudent, and they work best when economic transactions are transparent."