Friday links roundup

It’s finally starting to feel like spring here in D.C.! It’s also Friday, so we’re all ready to be outside enjoying the weather. If you’re cooped up in the office, take a quick break and check out some of these stories!

A fantastic Question of the Week from the ABAJournal: Have you ever accepted something other than cash for legal services? There are some fascinating replies left in the comments – It looks like the barter system is alive and well!

Are you a frequent flyer on Delta? Don’t save up the miles to give to someone after your death, says the Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog.

Those interested in history will love the Wilson Center’s Digital Archive which contains “once-secret documents from governments all across the globe.” The archives are classified by location, specific topics or events, and themes. Thanks to the Cocky Law Blawg for the pointer!

The Third Branch News details how the sequestration cuts are affecting the federal courts.

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