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Welcome to Jim White

posted by John Pottow

Does your employer (like mine) not give you MLK Day off?  Well, then Credit Slips has just the solution to your woes: reading the musings of our newest guest blogger, Prof. James J. White.  Good law nerds will be well acquainted with his celebrated co-authored treatise, but for those who need an introduction, Jim has been one of the nation's leading commercial law academics since, well,I don't know -- maybe the McKinley Administration?  In any event, how long he's been writing is not important.  What's important is that he's an insightful and provocative scholar.  I'm sure he'll provide a soothing tonic for those who fear the tone of this blog sometimes drifts toward the liberal end of the political spectrum...


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