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The Jurisprudential Niche Occupied By Law And Economics, Nicholas Mercuro Jan 2009

The Jurisprudential Niche Occupied By Law And Economics, Nicholas Mercuro

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This paper describes the jurisprudential niche occupied by the several schools of thought that comprise the field of Law and Economics in present-day legal scholarship. It begins by providing a brief history of law in the U.S.; it highlights the void left in law by the Legal Realists; it then very briefly explores some of the theories that attempted to fill that void including critical legal studies, feminist jurisprudence, and critical race theory. The paper then turns to its main focus - describing the several schools of thought that comprise the field of Law and Economics that has also helped ...


Agency Statutory Interpretation And The Rule Of Common Law, Noga Morag-Levine Jan 2009

Agency Statutory Interpretation And The Rule Of Common Law, Noga Morag-Levine

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Interpreting Scripture/Interpreting Law, Frank S. Ravitch Jan 2009

Interpreting Scripture/Interpreting Law, Frank S. Ravitch

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