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Holiday Leftovers

posted by Bob Lawless

It's winter break at our respective universities, and I'm guessing that the blogging will be on the light side for the rest of this week. Next week, things should pick up again. On January 2, Jack Ayer, a law professor at UC-Davis, will be joining us as a guest blogger. Check out Jack's own blog, Underbelly, for all the soft information you'll ever need. Also, the annual meeting for the Association of American Law Schools begins on January 3. I'll try to make a few posts about things about what I hear that might be of interest to Credit Slips readers.

We hope all of our readers are having a great holiday season. One of the things that 2006 brought was the introduction of the Credit Slips blog, and it's been a lot of fun. Thank you to those of you who have been reading and contributing. We'll do our best to keep improving this site.

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