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March 27, 2014

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Kep

Citizens arrest for teaching law without a law license?

Kim Krawiec

Weird all around. Cowen's appointment is in the econ department, not the law school, though he could have a joint or courtesy appointment, I suppose. http://economics.gmu.edu/people/tcowen

Nonetheless, it is still intriguing that he is teaching law and literature.

TS

Sounds like some Occupy Wall Street weirdo to me...

Michelle Meyer

Update here: http://reason.com/blog/2014/03/27/gmu-prof-tyler-cowen-attacker-identified

Lois Turner

Intriguing? Aren't appointments like that commonplace these days?

Ray Campbell

I don't think it's the law part that is intriguing. He obviously has something to say on law and economics. It's the literature part. Who knew?

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