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Friday, October 01, 2010

Rotations and sundry

Happy Simchas Torah, and happy world vegetarian day too. It's also a new month so it's time for some rotations here at Prawfs. First, many thanks to the stellar crew of guests who were here through the month of September, and second, welcome to our new visitors for the month of October. Making his debut at Prawfs this month is David Horton of Loyola Law School in LA. And returning to the conversation are FoP's, Jessie Hill (Case Western); Marc DeGirolami (St. John's); and Geoff Rapp (UToledo). We're thrilled to have you here. Readers, you can learn more about these wonderful folks from the links on the sidebar.

Also: if you've not yet registered for the FSU Criminal Justice Conference but are still thinking of coming, please register over here. If you can't be here in the Hassee in person, you should bookmark this link, and then you'll be able to watch the video of the conference when it happens or at least shortly after next week.  

Last, this month augurs not only my 56th month of wedding bliss but also, inshalla,  and as I mentioned the other day, a new baby later on so if things don't run quite as smoothly over the next little while, please be patient.  Happy October! 


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