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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Introduction of Guest Blogger Professor Jim Levy

Jim Levy, associate professor of law-Nova Southeastern, who is a good friend to this blog, asked me the other day if he could guest blog. I was thrilled that he asked. Jim is a contributing editor over at Legal Writing Prof Blog, which is like a sister blog to this one since we are both on the same network and we both often address the same types of stories.
Jim is a graduate of Suffolk University School of Law and Colby College. He has taught at several different law schools, primarily in the area of legal writing. Unlike so many other profs, Jim also practiced law for several years at a major law firm. Therefore, you can be confident that Jim knows what he is talking about. 
Jim is known as the "scholarship dude" and after you read a few postings of his, I think you will understand why. Please join me in welcoming Jim to Adjunct Law Prof Blog.
I expect that Jim's postings will start shortly.


Mitchell H. Rubinstein 


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When you write your contracts casebook (Levy on Contracts), get rid of the barren cow and the hairy hand cases and instead use the hairy fiance case.


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