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Designing A Hybrid Income-Consumption Tax, Michael S. Knoll Sep 1994

Designing A Hybrid Income-Consumption Tax, Michael S. Knoll

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The Reluctant Partner: Making Procedural Law For International Civil Litigation, Stephen B. Burbank Jul 1994

The Reluctant Partner: Making Procedural Law For International Civil Litigation, Stephen B. Burbank

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Rethinking The Line Between Corporate Law And Corporate Bankruptcy, David A. Skeel Jr. Jan 1994

Rethinking The Line Between Corporate Law And Corporate Bankruptcy, David A. Skeel Jr.

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The Vanishing Precedent: Eduardo Meets Vacatur, Jill E. Fisch Jan 1994

The Vanishing Precedent: Eduardo Meets Vacatur, Jill E. Fisch

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A Functional Analysis Of Criminal Law, Paul H. Robinson Jan 1994

A Functional Analysis Of Criminal Law, Paul H. Robinson

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Proximate Cause In Michael Moore's Act And Crime, Leo Katz Jan 1994

Proximate Cause In Michael Moore's Act And Crime, Leo Katz

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Book Review Of Gregory M. Matoesian, Reproducing Rape, Dorothy E. Roberts Jan 1994

Book Review Of Gregory M. Matoesian, Reproducing Rape, Dorothy E. Roberts

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Controlling The Dark Side Of Relational Investing, Edward B. Rock Jan 1994

Controlling The Dark Side Of Relational Investing, Edward B. Rock

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A Contractual Approach To Data Privacy, Stephanos Bibas Jan 1994

A Contractual Approach To Data Privacy, Stephanos Bibas

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Deviance, Resistance, And Love, Dorothy E. Roberts Jan 1994

Deviance, Resistance, And Love, Dorothy E. Roberts

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Relationship Investing: Will It Happen And Will It Work?, Jill E. Fisch Jan 1994

Relationship Investing: Will It Happen And Will It Work?, Jill E. Fisch

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A Property-Based Theory Of Security Interests: Taking Debtor's Choices Seriously, Steven L. Harris, Charles W. Mooney Jr. Jan 1994

A Property-Based Theory Of Security Interests: Taking Debtor's Choices Seriously, Steven L. Harris, Charles W. Mooney Jr.

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"An Honest Living": Street Vendors, Municipal Regulation, And The Black Public Sphere, Regina Austin Jan 1994

"An Honest Living": Street Vendors, Municipal Regulation, And The Black Public Sphere, Regina Austin

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"A Nation Of Thieves": Securing Black People's Right To Shop And To Sell In White America, Regina Austin Jan 1994

"A Nation Of Thieves": Securing Black People's Right To Shop And To Sell In White America, Regina Austin

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On A New Theory Of Justice, William Ewald Jan 1994

On A New Theory Of Justice, William Ewald

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The Limits Of Preference-Based Legal Policy, Herbert J. Hovenkamp Jan 1994

The Limits Of Preference-Based Legal Policy, Herbert J. Hovenkamp

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America's political institutions are built on the principle that individual preferences are central to the formation of policy. The two most important institutions in our system, democracy and the market, make individual preference decisive in the formation of policy and the allocation of resources. American legal traditions have always reflected the centrality of preference in policy determination. In private law, the importance of preference is reflected mainly in the development and persistence of common-law rules, which are intended to facilitate private transactions over legal entitlements. In constitutional law, the centrality of preference is reflected in the high position we ...


The Roman Foundations Of European Law, William Ewald Jan 1994

The Roman Foundations Of European Law, William Ewald

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Are Criminal Codes Irrelevant?, Paul H. Robinson Jan 1994

Are Criminal Codes Irrelevant?, Paul H. Robinson

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The Value Of Black Mothers' Work, Dorothy E. Roberts Jan 1994

The Value Of Black Mothers' Work, Dorothy E. Roberts

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Why Pro Bono In Law Schools, Howard Lesnick Jan 1994

Why Pro Bono In Law Schools, Howard Lesnick

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The Constitutionality Of Enjoining Criminal Street Gangs As Public Nuisances, Christopher S. Yoo Jan 1994

The Constitutionality Of Enjoining Criminal Street Gangs As Public Nuisances, Christopher S. Yoo

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California jurisdictions have increasingly used injunctions to combat the growth criminal street gangs. The use of civil sanctions to redress criminal activity raises difficult constitutional questions, potentially creating personal criminal codes that may infringe upon defendants’ substantive constitutional rights. In addition, employing civil remedies may deprive defendants of constitutional procedural protections that would have been provided if the jurisdiction had elected to deter the same behavior with available criminal sanctions. Although the use of injunctions places pressure on a number of substantive constitutional rights, including the freedom of association, freedom of expression, right to travel, the injunction terms will likely ...


Foreword: The Meaning Of Gender Equality In Criminal Law, Dorothy E. Roberts Jan 1994

Foreword: The Meaning Of Gender Equality In Criminal Law, Dorothy E. Roberts

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The Role Of Harm And Evil In Criminal Law: A Study In Legislative Deception?, Paul H. Robinson Jan 1994

The Role Of Harm And Evil In Criminal Law: A Study In Legislative Deception?, Paul H. Robinson

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The Case Against Statutes Of Limitations For Stolen Art, Stephanos Bibas Jan 1994

The Case Against Statutes Of Limitations For Stolen Art, Stephanos Bibas

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Practicing Poetry, Teaching Law, David A. Skeel Jr. Jan 1994

Practicing Poetry, Teaching Law, David A. Skeel Jr.

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