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Call for Papers Extended to Invite Reactions to Dodd-Frank

posted by Anna Gelpern
I am honored to join Credit Slips, and grateful to Bob for the warm welcome. As process is always a sensible place to start, this first "occasional" post is to invite submissions for the January Association of American Law Schools (AALS) conference in San Francisco. The Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services Section committee has voted to extend the deadline from August 1 to September 20 to be sure we capture the love, hate, and analysis pouring forth after last week's signing of Dodd-Frank. Of course the full call for papers (here) is much broader than Dodd-Frank--we want it all!  So please spread the word.

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