Wednesday, September 7, 2005
In 1998, Blair finished work on a Masters of Arts degree in literary theory at the University of North Dakota. Blair went on to earn his J.D. from Hamline University School of Law in 2001, where he was a Dean's Scholar. Blair then clerked for Judge Paul A. Magnuson, former chief judge of the Federal District Court in Minnesota. For the past two years, Blair has been a litigator at a Greene Espel P.L.L.P. in Minneapolis, focusing on complex commercial and contract litigation.
In addition to teaching Contracts, Blair is teaching International Trade and Economic Regulation and Commercial Law at Hamline this year. He is currently finishing an article entitled You Don't Have to be Ludwig Wittgenstein: How Interpretive Communities and Llewellyn's Concept of Agreement Should Change the Law of Requirements Contracts.