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Welcome to the Blogosphere: Less Than the Least

posted by Bob Lawless

Professors David Skeel (Penn, Law) and Bill Stuntz (Harvard, Law) have started Less than the Least. Skeel and Stuntz say they will write about what interests them personally and professionally. Thus, Credit Slips readers may want to check out this new blog. Bankruptcy types will know Professor Skeel's work and his history of United States bankruptcy law, Debt's Dominion. One of Skeel's first posts discusses his take as an evangelical Christian on Senator Durbin's proposal to give bankruptcy judges the power to modify home mortgages, a proposal that Credit Slips blogger Katie Porter discussed earlier this morning.


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