How to solve a problem like Mahony

What can and can’t be done, explained over at In Light of the Law:

I know nothing about UCLA law professor Stephen Bainbridge beyond what I saw on a very impressive (for a civil lawyer) resume posted on his website, but his recent post on the chronic problems in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in which he specifically calls for Cdl. Mahony’s resignation is getting attention. Knowing, moreover, nothing about the underlying facts of the case except what has appeared in some secular media (a circumlocution for “I know virtually nothing about the underlying facts of this case”), I note that Prof. Bainbridge attempts to use canon law in his resignation argument, and canon law is something I do know a bit about. [More...]

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