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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Prawfsfest! in the Hassee

Tonight marks the onset of Prawfsfest! 5, our roving public law/legal theory workshop for early works in progress.  The gathering takes place this semester here in Sweet Sassy Tallahassee over the next few days at FSU. I'm very grateful to Deans Don Weidner and Wayne Logan and the administrative support team here at FSU for their help and energy.

In attendance, we'll have: Zak Kramer (Penn State); Rob Kar (Loyola LA en route to Illy); Carissa Hessick (ASU); Andy Hessick (ASU); Bill Araiza (Brooklyn); Lesley Wexler (FSU); Brian Galle (FSU/Georgetown/GW); Erik Knutsen (Queens); Dave Fagundes (Southwestern); Paul Horwitz (Alabama); and Beth Burch (FSU); Amelia Rinehart (FSU), and me.  Should be a lot of fun.

The next Pfest! will be at Southwestern in LA in December.

Posted by Administrators on April 29, 2009 at 10:05 AM in Funky FSU | Permalink


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