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Expression Rules In Contract Law And Problems Of Offer And Acceptance, Melvin Aron Eisenberg Oct 1994

Expression Rules In Contract Law And Problems Of Offer And Acceptance, Melvin Aron Eisenberg

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The issue of interpretation is central to contract taw, because a major goat of that body of law is to facilitate the power of self-governing parties to further their shared objectives through contracting. Modern contract law has developed a set of general principles of interpretation that give a place to both objective and subjective elements, and must be applied on an individualized basis. However, a number of narrower black-letter rules give a purely objective and standardized interpretation to certain kinds of expressions, and these standardized interpretations may often differ from the meanings such expressions would be given under the general ...


Martin's March, David B. Oppenheimer Jan 1994

Martin's March, David B. Oppenheimer

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Discusses the significance of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Role of Martin Luther King Jr. in desegregation demonstrations; Historical overview of the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. INSET: More to be done..


The Outmoded Debate Over Affirmative Action, Daniel A. Farber Jan 1994

The Outmoded Debate Over Affirmative Action, Daniel A. Farber

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Looks at affirmative action programs in universities and schools in the U.S. in the context of the Critical Race Theory. Discussion of the concept of reverse discrimination; History of Critical Race Theory; Rights and protection of minority students.


Foreword: Law As Equilibrium, William N. Eskridge, Philip P. Frickey Jan 1994

Foreword: Law As Equilibrium, William N. Eskridge, Philip P. Frickey

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Evaluates the legal process related to public law in the U.S. Development of a tentative outline of a complex prescriptive framework for public law; Theoretical tensions between democratic values and the rule of law; Definition of law as equilibrium.


An Economic Model Of Legal Discovery, Robert D. Cooter, Daniel L. Rubinfeld Jan 1994

An Economic Model Of Legal Discovery, Robert D. Cooter, Daniel L. Rubinfeld

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Presents an economic analysis of legal discovery in the United States. Purposes of discovery; Discussion on discovery abuse and fair resolution of disputes; Policy recommendations.


Missing The Play Of Intelligence, Daniel A. Farber Jan 1994

Missing The Play Of Intelligence, Daniel A. Farber

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Presents an essay on the quality of academic and judicial writings in the United States. Dissatisfaction with judicial opinions; Flaws in the Supreme Court's work product; Clarification of the concept of `play of intelligence'; Examination of three routing statutory cases; Court's handling of the factual record.


A Manifesto Concerning The Legal Protection Of Computer Programs, Pamela Samuelson, Randall Davis, Mitchell D. Kapor, J. H. Reichman Jan 1994

A Manifesto Concerning The Legal Protection Of Computer Programs, Pamela Samuelson, Randall Davis, Mitchell D. Kapor, J. H. Reichman

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No abstract provided.


Between Selves And Collectivities: Toward A Jurisprudence Of Identity, Meir Dan-Cohen Jan 1994

Between Selves And Collectivities: Toward A Jurisprudence Of Identity, Meir Dan-Cohen

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No abstract provided.


Cocaine, Race, And Equal Protection, David A. Sklansky Jan 1994

Cocaine, Race, And Equal Protection, David A. Sklansky

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No abstract provided.