Profiles and other descriptive articles abound in the mainstream press, trade publications and the blogosphere about the top jurist on Delaware’s court of equity, but one of the more noteworthy perspectives comes from a Canadian journalist who was granted an interview recently after observing a hearing in the Barnes & Noble case. In addition to being relatively pithy, it’s worth reading due to the unadorned insights from the viewpoint of one from another country and her comparisons with their court system. The article by Jacqui McNish is entitled:  Leo Strine: Sharp-Tongued Judge Has a Nose for “Hinky” Boardroom Behaviour.