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Many, Many Thanks to Mechele Dickerson

posted by Bob Lawless

On behalf of all the regular Credit Slips bloggers, I wanted to express our deep appreciation to Associate Dean and Professor Mechele Dickerson. Her contributions were just superb. Professor Dickerson did a great job of blogging the Debtor World conference, bringing those papers and ideas to a wider audience. Also, in her first posts, Professor Dickerson discussed her most recent work on home ownership. Whether you agree or not, anyone with an interest in guiding this country toward a more coherent consumer credit regime must grapple with the issue Professor Dickerson raises about a housing policy that aims to put everyone into home ownership. Thanks again for all of your efforts, Mechele.


I'll second that motion. I read every posting she made and greatly appreciate the effort she made and the insights she offered. Great job!!!!!

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