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Thursday, April 01, 2010

April Rotations

Greetings all! I'm very excited about this month's visiting contributors. Jack Balkin, Danielle Citron, Orin Kerr, Kim Krawiec, Frank Pasquale, Gordon Smith, Al Brophy, Christine Hurt, Sandy Levinson, Mary Dudziak, and Dave Hoffman have all agreed to give up their perches for the month and join us at PrawfsBlawg. The thought on their part was: why have so many blogs? Why  not make Prawfs.com the one-stop law prof blog? And after much arm twisting, I agreed that if we did this, we'll rock the interwebs. Once the logic was made transparent, even Paul Caron agreed to cross-post so we wouldn't have to make the trip over to TaxProf. And Gordon promised to do lots of cheese-blogging. Irresistable. 

Actually, we have a band of veteran guests this month, and I'm eager to welcome them back to their pied-a-terre here at Prawfs, where we're celebrating Passover, Easter, and our 5th Anniversary this weekend! Many thanks in advance to: Bill Araiza (BLS); Jessie Hill (Case); Erik Knutsen (Queens); Mike Dimino (Widener); Carissa Hessick (ASU); Michael Risch (WVU); Jon Siegel (GW); Geoff Rapp (Toledo); James Grimmelmann (NYLS); and the inimitable David Fagundes (SW).

Our guests this past month have been stellar too and so some of them may linger as they get some remaining thoughts off their collective chest. Thanks once more, and we hope to see you here again soon!

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Just let me do 437 more posts for Dan Solove and my contractual obligations to the Co-Op will be fulfilled!

Seriously, there should be some sort of "en banc" blog where everyone could put their best posts, or something like that.

Posted by: Frank | Apr 4, 2010 7:29:32 PM

I'm afraid that I've neglected my April 1 duties this year, but perhaps a vintage post will do the trick: "In disturbing new study, economists find that history is inefficient."

Posted by: Mary Dudziak | Apr 1, 2010 1:36:52 PM

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