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Sunday, September 30, 2007


Just a word of thanks to our current guests from September, some of whom may be lingering the next few weeks. Also, please welcome three new voices to Prawfs: Michael Steven Green, who writes about jurisprudence from William and Mary, Nadine Farid, who works at the intersection of IP and development at Gonzaga, and Eric Muller, who writes on American legal history as well as constitutional and criminal law from UNC-Chapel Hill.  Finally, I'm happy to welcome Scott Moss back to Prawfs; Scott works on employment and labor law at Colorado.

Our guests deserve extra thanks on account of my own sporadic blogging of late; my current temporary housing lacks internet access so there's less opportunity for late-night ruminations.  I've also been traveling a lot and it gets much worse: this coming week, I'll be in LA to present my "Retributive Damages" project at a faculty workshop at Loyola LA (and sticking around for the end of Sukkot) and next week I'll be in Minneapolis to do the same at St. Thomas.  I hope to get to meet some of Prawfs' readers in both cities. 

Fortunately, I'll be back in LA in early December. I'm happy to announce that Loyola LA is generously hosting the next Prawfsfest there and then. More details on that exciting development will be forthcoming.

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I think this is the second time we've been promised Rob Karr blogging only not to get any. What's up with that?

Posted by: Matt | Oct 1, 2007 7:25:18 AM

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