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Tuesday, May 09, 2006


Just wanted to issue a quick welcome to another of our May guest bloggers, Scott Moss. Scottmoss  Scott teaches and writes about employment discrimination, con law and complex litigation at Marquette's law school.  His guesting with us, like others before him including Joe Slater, is a consequence (some might say a benefit!) of commenting on these pages under your real name.  We've invariably enjoyed his reactions to others and now we're excited to have Scott come aboard for the rest of the month with his own provocations for us to mull.  Welcome, Scott!

Later this month Marcy Peek (law, Whittier) and Madhavi Sunder (law, UC-Davis) will be joining us for a few weeks.

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I'm going to assume that unlike me, Scott knew that he didn't actually have to give his real name in the box labeled "name," so he should get credit for bravery.

Posted by: Joseph Slater | May 10, 2006 1:45:47 PM

I mean this in the nicest way that one can say something that will sound petty and mean, but which isn't meant that way. But, is that your high-school Sr. class photo?

Posted by: Matt | May 10, 2006 11:59:53 AM

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