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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Central States Law Association Conference...

Just as Howard comes to Michigan for one conference, I leave it to go to another.  I'm headed to the Central States Law Association Conference, which is being held Friday and Saturday in Columbus at Capital University Law School and put together by Professor Danshera Cords.  I think there's 40 minutes or so for each presenter; with half of that time for the presentation and the other half for discussion.  What with the success of things like the Southeastern Association of Law Schools, it's nice for the Midwest to get in on the action.  I'll be speaking on Friday afternoon with remarks from my piece, Legislative Prayer and the Secret Cost of Religious Endorsements, which will be out this spring in the Minnesota Law Review.  If you are going as well, feel free to shoot me a line by email or in the comments.

Posted by Chris Lund on October 21, 2009 at 04:03 PM | Permalink

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