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A Big Thank You to Jack Ayer

posted by Bob Lawless

Thank you to Jack Ayer for serving as such a wonderful guest blogger over the past week and a half. We have tried to find guest bloggers that offer perspectives beyond those being offered by us regular Credit Slips type. Ayer's wonderful and eclectic posts have certainly done that. He (re)introduced us to a some great literary characters. Insert your favorite Balzac joke here. We hope that he had as much fun writing all of that as we had reading it. For more of Ayer's never-dull writings, check out http://underbelly-buce.blogspot.com/.

Beginning the week of January 22, we will be joined by bankruptcy law Professors Susan Block-Lieb (Fordham) and Ted Janger (Brooklyn). The following week we will have Professor David Moss from the Harvard Business School.


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