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Zombie Law School and ZRC Updates

I have started the second semester of my second year at law school, and am busy learning things to advance the cause of Zombie Rights (I hope). I have taken all my required Constitutional Law classes, which are of obvious import, but everything could have implications for the Differently Animated, at least to my so-far-relatively-inexperienced legal mind.

Contracts? Sure. Zombies should be able to sign those.

Business Organizations? Why shouldn’t Zombies own businesses?

Property? Zombies could use land of their own. It would do a lot to counter the ‘invading the lonely farmhouse’ stereotype if said farmhouse belonged to a Zombie family in fee simple.

See what I did there, dropping legal jargon like ‘fee simple’, which you can all go google for. I’m a legit law student, yo.

It has made it hard to keep things up on the blog, but the settling in period is just about over, and we’re thinking about summer conventions already. The ZRC is taking a couple of not strictly Zombie related trips this year, to Kentucky in March and out to the Northeast in May, and we’re going to see if we can work some ZRC events or research into those journeys.

(For an example, the ZRC would like to consider the impact of H.P. Lovecraft on American Anti-Zombiism in depth, and a trip to Providence would be very useful in that regard)

We may try to rope ZRC research pal Andrew Leal into writing a few pieces for the blog to highbrow it up around here too. With his fancy humanities degrees and such.

We’re also looking forward to new creative efforts by Zombie Friendly Author Michelle Hartz, and will promote those on the blog so long as they continue to meet our exacting standards (which we anticipate, of course).


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The role of 'Administrator' will be played tonight by John Sears, currently serving as President of The Zombie Rights Campaign.

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