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Public Interest Organizations Oct 1994

Public Interest Organizations

California Regulatory Law Reporter

No abstract provided.


Federalism's Future In The Global Village, Barry Friedman Oct 1994

Federalism's Future In The Global Village, Barry Friedman

Vanderbilt Law Review

The world we live in is becoming smaller. Although no doubt people have been saying that since at least the travels of Marco Polo, Columbus, and Vespucci, events appear to be moving with startling rapidity. Global trade, global travel, global communication-all are bringing us together in ways that even twenty years ago we hardly could imagine. The words "globalization" and "internationalization" are heard frequently now, and in many new and different contexts. In contrast to the globalization phenomenon, we are accustomed to thinking about American federalism largely in domestic terms. The primary arena in which the debate about the role ...


The Endurance Of The Felony-Murder Rule: A Study Of The Forces That Shape Our Criminal Law, James J. Tomkovicz Sep 1994

The Endurance Of The Felony-Murder Rule: A Study Of The Forces That Shape Our Criminal Law, James J. Tomkovicz

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Public Interest Organizations Jul 1994

Public Interest Organizations

California Regulatory Law Reporter

No abstract provided.


Incommensurability And Valuation In Law, Cass R. Sunstein Feb 1994

Incommensurability And Valuation In Law, Cass R. Sunstein

Michigan Law Review

In this article I explore two claims and discuss their implications for law. The first claim is that human values are plural and diverse. By this I mean that we value things, events, and relationships in ways that are not reducible to some larger and more encompassing value. The second claim is that human goods are not commensurable. By this I mean that such goods are not assessed along a single metric. For reasons to be explored, the two claims, though related, are importantly different.


The Positive Political Dimensions Of Regulatory Reform, Daniel B. Rodriguez Jan 1994

The Positive Political Dimensions Of Regulatory Reform, Daniel B. Rodriguez

Washington University Law Review

This Article is concerned with two critical and interrelated questions in American public law. The first question is how the law should regulate politics. Specifically, how can legal doctrine be brought to bear on processes of politics and political decisionmaking in order to produce superior outcomes and to improve the operations of political process? The second question is how the law should deal with the modem regulatory process.


Positivism Regained, Nihilism Postponed, Jose E. Alvarez Jan 1994

Positivism Regained, Nihilism Postponed, Jose E. Alvarez

Michigan Journal of International Law

Review of Law-Making in the International Community by G.M. Danilenko


Public Interest Organizations Jan 1994

Public Interest Organizations

California Regulatory Law Reporter

No abstract provided.