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October 20, 2004

Thanks -- and welcome! -- Michael DeBow

We'd like to thank Michael DeBow, who has been guest blogging with us for the past week or so at PointOfLaw. Professor DeBow has graciously agreed to continue on as a permanent blogger. He's a leading researcher on the states' lawsuits against the tobacco companies, judicial selection mechanisms, and the politics of legal reform, so we're very fortunate to have him aboard. You can also check out his postings, on various other topics, at Southern Appeal.

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