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Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Prawfsfest! 8 is coming to ASU!

It's December, which means that a couple handfuls of P-festers will be gathering soon in a warm climate, this time at Arizona State University's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. This will be the 8th time Prawfs will be hitting the road--we began back in 2006 at the University of Miami and, with that toxic concoction of sleep deprivation and age, I can no longer recall all the places we've done our traveling roadshow. If you think your school might be interested in hosting at some point in the future, please let me know. We use a shared cost structure, so the host institution doesn't usually need to shell out more than 3K or so.

For the upcoming P-fest next week in Phoenix, I want to extend special thanks to our hosts, Zak Kramer, Carissa Byrne Hessick and Andy Hessick, and their wise and generous deans: Paul Schiff Berman and Doug Sylvester. All three will be presenting early works in progress, along with Mary Anne Franks (UMiami); Aaron Bruhl (UH); Jack Chin (UArizona); Miriam Baer (Brooklyn); Paul Horwitz (UAlab); and myself. Pitching in as designated discussant, the inimitable Dave Fagundes (SW). Should be lots of fun. If you have recommendations for what we should do or where we should eat/drink while we're there, please leave your favorite rec's in the comments. 

Posted by Administrators on December 1, 2010 at 12:28 PM in Blogging, Food and Drink | Permalink

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the Whataburger at Rural Rd and Apache Dr is open 24 hrs

Posted by: andy | Dec 1, 2010 5:27:06 PM

Andy, for you to recommend any burger joint besides In-n-out is a rank shame...

Posted by: Dan Markel | Dec 1, 2010 8:36:40 PM

http://twitter.com/Dave_Fagundes/status/12002951690199040

Posted by: DF | Dec 7, 2010 12:12:44 PM

Dude, that theory is wrong.

Posted by: Zak Kramer | Dec 7, 2010 12:31:13 PM

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