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Thursday, January 31, 2008

Rotations

We have an extraordinary few months ahead of us here at Prawfs. I'm particularly pleased to announce some some of the new voices joining the conversation this coming month. Please welcome for the first time to Prawfs Eric Johnson, who just started teaching IP law at UND and blogging at Pixelization and BackBencher. Eric had most of us chuckling in law school, and promises to make up for the lost time since he abandoned a career as a top 40 radio DJ, stand up comic, and inventor of patented headrests.  To mix things up further, we'll also have a non-prawf guest with us, Jim Von Der Heydt. Jim's a political junkie and  a scholar of poetry, not to mention a football jock and related to a judge. He's got a new book on poetic humility that he will no doubt find somehow related to law.

Additionally, I'm excited to welcome for the first time Adam Winkler from UCLA, who will share some wisdom about con law and specifically the issues related to the Heller guns case; Erik Knutsen, a torts and insurance scholar from Queen's University (Canada); and Scott Dodson, a civ pro scholar from UArk-Fayetteville.

Returning for an extended visit is Howard Wasserman, and for the month, we're blessed with return visits from Rob Kar, Zak Kramer, and Jay Michaelson.

Last, let me express my gratitude to Mike Dimino for his contributions. Liz and Jonah will be staying on for extended visits and Brooks will be lingering a couple more weeks. Thanks to all.

Posted by Administrators on January 31, 2008 at 10:51 AM in Blogging | Permalink

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