AFLSE Boston: Meet LSE lecturer Dr Tim Leuing and friends on 15 October
Please join Dr Leunig (the first person at LSE to be awarded two teaching prizes) and friends for a lecture, discussion, dinner, or all three on Thursday 15 October.
Held in the elegant Board-O room at Legal Sea Foods, Park Square, Boston, you'll have the opportunity to debate bailouts, investigate aspects of economic history you never imagined, share find food, and rub elbows with fellow LSE alumni and friends. Seating is limited, and advance registration strongly recommended. Volunteers to help out are always welcome.
Please note that because Dr Leunig was not available on other days, this event replaces the Third Thursday social normally held each month. The next Third Thursday social will be on 19 November.
We are asking all AFLSE Boston members and friends for suggestions regarding a year-end or new year social event
There is also a non-AFLSE event in which you may be interested: From 5:30 on 13 October, the British American Business Council of New England is hosting its evening CEO series, featuring Nigel Travis, the CEO of Dunkin'Donuts and Baskin-Robbins.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions, recommendations, offers to assist, or any questions you may have.
|AFLSE Boston: Lecture followed by Dinner with Dr. Tim Leunig, LSE Lecturer
Thursday, 10/15/09 at 5:30pm
The lecture will be followed by a dinner. Please join us for the lecture or dinner or BOTH.
All LSE alumni and friends are welcome!
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|AFLSE Boston: Third Thursdays Social
Thursday, 11/19/09 at 5:30pm
All are welcome to these casual get-togethers, held the third Thursday of each month at the Times Irish Pub in downtown Boston.
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