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Over at TaxProf Blog, Paul Caron has a post on some of my recent musings on empirical legal scholarship. Herewith one of the comments to that post:
I solemnly swear and affirm that andy is not a sockpuppet.
Anyway, can you imagine the carnage?
Posted at 04:59 PM in Dept of Self-Promotion, Law School | Permalink
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