A few years ago, I wrote an essay welcoming Judge Richard Posner down from a star to Evidenceland, the sometimes obscure province occupied by evidence scholars.1 Although I criticized one of the points of his article on the economics of evidence law, I expressed the hope that he would remain in Evidenceland for an extended stay.2 I should have known that if he did so he would tell us long-term inhabitants what we have been doing wrong.
Friedman, Richard D. "A Resident of Evidenceland Defends His Turf." Quinnipiac L. Rev. 21, no. 4 (2003): 753-9.