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April 4, 2006

Off to HLS for the day

Blogging will likely be light the rest of the day as I head off to Boston to participate this evening in this panel at Harvard Law School sponsored by the Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal.  The event is titled, "Breaking the Shackles?: Federal Sentencing after the Guidelines," and I have the honor of being on a panel with US District Judge William Young and a set of prominent federal practitioners.

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