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Welcome Back, Adam . . . Glad You Can Stay This Time!

posted by Bob Lawless

Credit Slips is very happy to announce that Georgetown law professor Adam Levitin has agreed to join us as a regular contributor. Readers may remember that Professor Levitin did a guest blogging stint back in September 2007. Although Professor Levitin has only recently joined the Georgetown faculty, his papers already have made him a well-known figure in the legal academy, and he promises to be an influential voice on issues related to credit and bankruptcy. Professor Levitin's research interests include an emphasis on financial institutions and their regulation, an area that will add to and complement many of the topics we discuss on Credit Slips. Professor Levitin's SSRN page shows his prolific contribution to these areas already in his career.

Welcome, Adam, to Credit Slips. We're looking forward to your contributions.


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