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Welcome Art Wilmarth!

posted by Adam Levitin

Credit Slips is pleased to welcome its newest guest blogger, Professor Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. of the George Washington University Law School. Art is a leading authority on financial institution regulation. His past work has covered important topics such as National Bank Act preemption, financial services consolidation (here and here), and Glass-Steagal. We're thrilled that Art will be sharing his thoughts with us here at the Slips, particularly on the eve of financial regulatory reform. (Or at least one hopes.) Welcome Art!

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