September 11, 2006
Law Profs Remember 9/11
- Jonathan Adler (Case): 9/11
- Roger Alford (Pepperdine): Where Were You?
- Ann Althouse (Wisconsin): Remember
- Ann Althouse (Wisconsin): September 11th
- Kenneth Anderson (American): September 11, Five Years On
- Ben Barros (Widener): The Day I Finally Understood What My Grandfather Was Talking About
- Ann Bartow (South Carolina): Not Today
- Jack Bogdanski (Lewis & Clark): Anniversary
- Susan Crawford (Cardozo): New York Today
- Rick Garnett (Notre Dame): We Were There
- High Hewitt (Chapman): The New Realism
- Christine Hurt (Illinois): Five Years
- Orin Kerr (George Wshington): 9/11 and the Law, Five Years Later
- Brian Leiter (Texas): September 11, 2001 in Austin, Texas
- Dan Markel (Florida State): 9/11/06
- Jim Maule (Villanova): The Tax World's Response to September 11 Is More Than Some Statutory Amendments
- Betsy McKenzie (American): September 11, Five Years Later
- Eric Muller (North Carolina): What Stands Out?
- Spencer Overton (George Washington): Where Were You on 9-11?
- Mike Rappaport (San Diego): Did 9/11 Change Us?
- Michael Scharf (Case): 9/11 and the Transformation of International Law and Policy
- Calvin Sharpe (Case): The Effect of 9/11 on the Field of Conflict and Dispute Resolution
- Dan Shaviro (NYU): Fish in a Barrel
- Adrienne Wing (Iowa): Remembrance on 9-11
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"JUST LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES" (F. GUMP)
My son drove home that morning, ran into the house, and said "Dad, ya gotta see this!" My initial response was: "Not now, I'm preparing for civ pro class." But he fortunately insisted that I come to the T.V.
Being on the West Coast, my school left it to each prof re whether to cancel classes. I had a hard time deciding, and ultimately went to class, ready to "go both ways." Upon opening the discussion to the horrors of that day, I spent the next 90 minutes of a scheduled 75-minute class (merely) directing the discussion of what became my most memorable class in 25 years (not just b/c we didn't dicuss Civil Procedure).
Posted by: Bill Slomanson | Sep 11, 2006 8:31:13 PM