Friday, October 12, 2007
Posted by Jeff Lipshaw
As I mentioned this morning, I'm at the University of Minnesota Law School for the Midwestern Law and Economics Association Annual Conference. Myself excluded, the agenda includes an impressive group of speakers.
I spoke early today on Aboutness, Thingness, Models, and Understanding, and was not hit by a single tomato. Somebody did pick up on my introductory reference to Stephen Stills at Woodstock. He, of course, was ingesting recreational substances at the time; I was not.
The best thing about this has been the broad range of subjects, from financial services regulation to law school rankings to tissue transfer ("Gimme Some Skin: When Tissue Banks Compete for Transplant Tissue, Who Wins?" by Robert Katz of IU-Indianapolis, which is going on right now).
Speaking of Stephen Stills and Woodstock, we are just now moving into medical marijuana exemptions, so I'm signing off.