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Guest Bloggers

posted by Bob Lawless

Credit Slips will begin to feature guest bloggers who will join us for a week at a time. Beginning on Monday, September 18, we will be honored to have as a guest Ronald Mann, the Ben H. & Kitty King Powell Chair in Business and Commercial Law at the University of Texas. In October, we will be privileged to have contributions from Viviana Zelizer, the Lloyd Cotsen '50 Professor of Sociology at Princeton University.

We will not have guest bloggers every week, but we wanted to begin adding new voices and ideas to Credit Slips. The usual rules apply. Everyone is responsible for his or her own posts. Appearance on this blog as a regular or guest blogger does not imply that person agrees with or takes responsibility for any posts other than his or her own. Each blogger decides individually whether to allow comments to a post.

We hope the guest bloggers will make this site even more valuable to our readers.

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