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Friday, October 24, 2008

The Judicial Process - Last Call (for now)

I've been gratified by the responses I've received from folks expressing interest in the judicial process movement.  (Prior posts here and here.  I promise I'll post about something else next.)  I'm not entirely sure what all will come of this, but at a minimum there is now a very strong core group of people who have identified themselves as having a common scholarly interest in matters judicial. Very likely my first step will be to attempt to organize some sort of works-in-progress conference.  If you've been lurking out there, not quite sure whether you're ready to be signing up for any "movements," but find the idea of such a conference at least potentially appealing, there's still lots of room for you on the bandwagon.  (And, I feel compelled to note [for the benefit of the old-school REM fans among you] that you won't hurt the horse.  We treat him well, we feed him well ...)  Just shoot me an e-mail.

Posted by Chad Oldfather on October 24, 2008 at 03:57 PM | Permalink


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Yesiree Bob.

Posted by: Alex Long | Oct 27, 2008 8:37:12 AM

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