A Warm Welcome to David Hoffman

hoffman2.jpgI am delighted to announce that Professor David Hoffman will be joining us from PrawfsBlawg. Dave teaches at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. He teaches contracts, law and economics, and business associations.

His most recent scholarship has focused on empirical and behavioral investigations of corporate and securities law. His recent articles include: The ‘Duty’ To Be a Rational Shareholder, 90 Minn. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2005), Nullificatory Juries, 2003 Wisc. L. Rev. 1115 (with Kaimipono Wenger), How Relevant is Jury Rationality?, 2003 U. Ill. L. Rev. 507, and Can Law and Economics Be Both Practical and Principled?, 53 Ala. L. Rev. 335 (2002) (with Michael O’Shea).

His topics of interest are behavioral law and economics, securities law, dispute resolution, corporate law, legal theory, and empirical studies.

We’re absolutely thrilled to have Dave on board!

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6 Responses

  1. Kaimi says:

    Welcome aboard, Dave. I’m excited to have you as one of our co-operators. You’re exhibit A in Kaimi’s rule of “ally self with smart people.”

    Or is it that Nate is exhibit A and you’re exhibit B? I can’t keep it all straight. Besides, the paralegals do all the exhibit number around here anyway.

  2. Kaimi — Hey, wait a minute . . . does that relegate me to exhibit C? Am I on the exhibit list at all?

  3. Kaimi says:

    Dan,

    Ooops. I _knew_ I had forgotten an exhibit.

    Paralegal! Come up to my office, ASAP, and bring some exhibit tabs with you!

  4. moob says:

    Welcome. But what the hell kind of word is “nullificatory”? And how do you pronounce it?

  5. Nate Oman says:

    Kaimi: Actually, we like to number our exhibits. Afterall, if thousands of hours of document review and hundreds of thousands of pages of documents don’t produce more than 26 exhibits, what is the point….

  6. Dave Hoffman says:

    Two points.

    1. Kaimi, do you even still have paralegals?

    2. Moob: Check out the article. It is a word that we created. Pronounce as you like, but my best guess is null-iff-‘ik-atory