I was leaving Langdell Hall, after having feasted too fervently at my fifteenth law school reunion, when I noticed what looked like a very ancient document pushed down in the trash can that litters the small entrance to the main reading room of Langdell. The ancient scroll seemed out of place so carelessly thrown away outside the world's largest law school library. I picked it up and was surprised to discover that there, very near Derrick Bell's former office, I had found another of the scrolls that Professor Bell's friend Geneva had revealed to him before she joined the celestial curia. What was this wondrous document doing in Langdell Hall? Maybe it was some further message from Geneva Crenshaw that had been dropped there for me to discover. I rushed to find Professor Bell to tell him of my good luck.
Jerome M. Culp, The Michael Jackson Pill: Equality, Race, and Culture, 92 Michigan Law Review 2613-2644 (1993)