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The Decline Of Anglo-American Civil Jury Trial Practice, William V. Dorsaneo III 2018 Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law

The Decline Of Anglo-American Civil Jury Trial Practice, William V. Dorsaneo Iii

SMU Law Review

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Rwu First Amendment Blog: David Logan's Blog: Weather Forecast For March 25: Stormy On 60 Minutes? 03-18-2018, David A. Logan 2018 Roger Williams University School of Law

Rwu First Amendment Blog: David Logan's Blog: Weather Forecast For March 25: Stormy On 60 Minutes? 03-18-2018, David A. Logan

Law School Blogs

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Spring Break In Puerto Rico: Helping Hurricane Victims 3-7-2018, Michael M. Bowden 2018 Roger Williams University School of Law

Spring Break In Puerto Rico: Helping Hurricane Victims 3-7-2018, Michael M. Bowden

Life of the Law School (1993- )

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Cover, Masthead & Contents, 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

Cover, Masthead & Contents

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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Editorial, 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

Editorial

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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Louis Victor De La Vergne (1938-2017), Agustín Parise 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

Louis Victor De La Vergne (1938-2017), Agustín Parise

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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Social Obligations Of Land Rights On Chinese Collective-Owned Land, Zhe Huang 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

Social Obligations Of Land Rights On Chinese Collective-Owned Land, Zhe Huang

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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The Reluctance Of Civil Law Systems In Adopting The Ucc Article 9 “Without Breach Of Peace” Standard—Evidence From National And International Legal Instruments Governing Secured Transactions, Asress Adimi Gikay, Cătălin Gabriel Stănescu 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

The Reluctance Of Civil Law Systems In Adopting The Ucc Article 9 “Without Breach Of Peace” Standard—Evidence From National And International Legal Instruments Governing Secured Transactions, Asress Adimi Gikay, Cătălin Gabriel Stănescu

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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A Decade Of Civilian Scholarship: The Role Of The Journal Of Civil Law Studies As A Bridge Between Louisiana And The Civil Law World, Agustín Parise 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

A Decade Of Civilian Scholarship: The Role Of The Journal Of Civil Law Studies As A Bridge Between Louisiana And The Civil Law World, Agustín Parise

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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What Medical Risks Should Physicians Disclose To Their Patients? Towards A Better Standard In American And French Medical Malpractice Law, Alina-Emilia Ciortea 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

What Medical Risks Should Physicians Disclose To Their Patients? Towards A Better Standard In American And French Medical Malpractice Law, Alina-Emilia Ciortea

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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Evelyn L. Wilson, The Justices Of The Supreme Court Of Louisiana 1865-1880, Georgia Chadwick 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

Evelyn L. Wilson, The Justices Of The Supreme Court Of Louisiana 1865-1880, Georgia Chadwick

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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The Interaction Of Good Faith With Contract Performance, Dissolution, And Damages In The Louisiana Supreme Court, Jumoke Dara, Olivier Moréteau 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

The Interaction Of Good Faith With Contract Performance, Dissolution, And Damages In The Louisiana Supreme Court, Jumoke Dara, Olivier Moréteau

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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Disobeying Courts’ Orders—A Comparative Analysis Of The Civil Contempt Of Court Doctrine And Of The Image Of The Common Law Judge, Carlo Vittorio Giabardo 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

Disobeying Courts’ Orders—A Comparative Analysis Of The Civil Contempt Of Court Doctrine And Of The Image Of The Common Law Judge, Carlo Vittorio Giabardo

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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France - The French Reform Of Contract Law: The Art Of Redoing Without Undoing, Mustapha Mekki 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

France - The French Reform Of Contract Law: The Art Of Redoing Without Undoing, Mustapha Mekki

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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Complete V.10, 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

Complete V.10

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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The Fourth Circuit’S Treatment Of An Unconventional Obligation In Wegmann V. Tramontin, Nathan W. Friedman 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

The Fourth Circuit’S Treatment Of An Unconventional Obligation In Wegmann V. Tramontin, Nathan W. Friedman

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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Hooper V. Hero Lands Company, Christopher B. Ortte 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

Hooper V. Hero Lands Company, Christopher B. Ortte

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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Notarial Acts As Written Evidence: Towards A Convergence Between Civil Law And Common Law Systems, Angelo Chianale 2018 Louisiana State University Law Center

Notarial Acts As Written Evidence: Towards A Convergence Between Civil Law And Common Law Systems, Angelo Chianale

Journal of Civil Law Studies

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Long V. Long: Law Court Ruling Changes The Disposition Of Joint Real Property On Divorce, Marc J. Veilleux 2018 University of Maine School of Law

Long V. Long: Law Court Ruling Changes The Disposition Of Joint Real Property On Divorce, Marc J. Veilleux

Maine Law Review

In Long v. Long the Maine Supreme Judicial Court, sitting as the Law Court, affirmed a district court divorce decree dividing the parties' residence of thirteen years as marital property, even though the majority of the funds used for its purchase were traceable to non-marital property the husband had acquired prior to the marriage. The governing statute instructed the district court to make an “equitable” disposition of all property acquired by the spouses during marriage, but required that it first “set apart to each spouse the spouse's [separate] property,” including property acquired during marriage by a spouse “in exchange ...


Aproximación A Los Mecanismos Para Completar El Contrato Desde La Teoría Económica. El Caso De La Cadena Alimentaria, Teresa Rodríguez-Cachón 2018 ALACDE

Aproximación A Los Mecanismos Para Completar El Contrato Desde La Teoría Económica. El Caso De La Cadena Alimentaria, Teresa Rodríguez-Cachón

The Latin American and Iberian Journal of Law and Economics

The economic theory of the contract has put into the firing line of legal debate the relevance of taking into account the incomplete nature of this legal instrument, coming from the bounded rationality of human beings and from the existence of transaction costs. From this point of view, it is necessary to study legal system mechanisms to correct this problem. These mechanisms, apart from being particularly relevant in long-term contractual relations, differ according to the nature of each relation. Among all, special attention is focused on default rules as a mechanism to fill in contracts and their application to the ...


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