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Wednesday, September 01, 2010


Greetings.  Brendan Maher here, and I'm very much looking forward to guest-posting over the next month.  I’m particularly fond of civil procedure and ERISA and especially love talking about the latter, which might make me the most boring cocktail guest in the entire world.   I believe I make up for it by being an excellent dancer.  

One of the attractions of being a law professor is how idea-centric it is.  Ideas make life interesting and the future exciting, and the 21st century's a wonderful time for professional idea-lovers, because the internet makes so many serious ideas accessible for both consumption and discussion.   SSRN, Westlaw, and various blogs have influenced the evolution of my own thinking in ways that are undoubtedly positive but also…fun.  Which, to paraphrase Kurt Vonnegut, is a thing we shouldn’t forget to have. 

In short: I’m delighted to be joining the roster of guest Prawfs.  Looking forward to a month of conversations!

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I'd love to see an interpretive dance about ERISA.

Posted by: Stuart Buck | Sep 2, 2010 3:54:10 PM

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