My name is Elizabeth Nowicki, and I am currently a visiting faculty member at Boston University School of Law. I teach law school for a living, I am a lawyer (admitted to practice in New York), I opine on matters related to law and business, and I write lawyerly articles and blog posts.
I am not on Twitter, I am not on Myspace, and I do not dabble in fiction or poetry or haiku or similar literary efforts.
I am telling you this because there is more than one Elizabeth Nowicki in the world, and I was recently confused with another Elizabeth Nowicki. Indeed, at least one of the other women named Elizabeth Nowicki has the exact same middle initial (“A.”), and another one is a faculty member elsewhere (education professor). Go figure.
To avoid a situation like Frank Pasquale’s, or, worse, like Tim Wood’s, I thought I would post this disclaimer: If you get a Twitter message from Elizabeth Nowicki, it is not from me. If you find an “Elizabeth Nowicki” Myspace page, it is not mine. If you read a poem or short story penned by Elizabeth Nowicki, I am not the author. Instead, you can find me on SSRN, Linkedin, and various other law-related sites. (Please feel free to add me to your Linkedin contacts.)
And, so, with that cleared up, I am done here at Concurring Opinions, as this is the final day of my stint. I am grateful to Dan Solove and his colleagues at Concurring Opinions for allowing me the honor of blogging here. This blog has a huge readership, and it is known for good blogging. Many thanks to the gracious readers for humoring me. Special thanks to A.J. Sutter.
As happened last time I blogged here, I did not blog about every topic I had intended to discuss, so I will return to my normal blog home, at truthonthemarket.com, and hopefully finish my blogging “to do” list there.
Again, many thanks to Dan Solove and the Concurring Opinions team.
P.S. I appreciate the fact that Ahoy hoy is normally used as a greeting.