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Thursday, March 31, 2011


It's a new month and almost our 6th freaking anniversary in a matter of days, so it's time to take stock but I haven't got the time to do so today, so instead I will simply say thanks to the cadre of wonderful March guest bloggers, and welcome the new voices taking up residence here during the month of April. As usual, the March bloggers will probably linger a little while they get their last posts out, but in the interim, let's take a moment to greet with enthusiasm our new collaborators.

I'm thrilled to welcome for the first time Debbie Borman from Northwestern, where she is a clinical prawf.  I'm also excited to see a gaggle of Prawfy veterans return; please welcome back Michael Risch (Villanova), Mark Fenster and Elizabeth Dale (both of UF); Brendan Maher (OKCU); Eric E. Johnson (UND); Chris Lund (Wayne); Dave Fagundes (Southwestern); and my beloved co-author, Jennifer Collins (WFU). 

In the spirit of April Fool's, I'm curious to hear from readers about some good law-school related pranks in the comments.

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In Civ Pro when we're covering notice, I hang a sign an hour before class announcing a mid-term worth 15% of the final grade. I don't do it every year so that the students don't see it coming. I'll only do it if the class that year has enough light hearted souls so that it doesn't trigger anxiety attacks. It makes the point about how notice should be meaningful. I think I stole this from someone else, but I can't remember who that person is.

Posted by: Jen Kreder | Apr 1, 2011 2:40:43 PM

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