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China's Conception Of Law For Hong Kong, And Its Implications For The Sar And Us-Prc Relations, Jacques Delisle Jul 1998

China's Conception Of Law For Hong Kong, And Its Implications For The Sar And Us-Prc Relations, Jacques Delisle

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The United States' Approach To International Civil Litigation: Recent Developments In Forum Selection, Stephen B. Burbank Apr 1998

The United States' Approach To International Civil Litigation: Recent Developments In Forum Selection, Stephen B. Burbank

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Bringing Legal Realism To The Study Of Ethics And Professionalism, Douglas N. Frenkel, Robert L. Nelson, Austin Sarat Jan 1998

Bringing Legal Realism To The Study Of Ethics And Professionalism, Douglas N. Frenkel, Robert L. Nelson, Austin Sarat

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Migration As International Trade: The Economic Gains From The Liberalized Movement Of Labor, Howard F. Chang Jan 1998

Migration As International Trade: The Economic Gains From The Liberalized Movement Of Labor, Howard F. Chang

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Moral Responsibility: A Story, An Argument, And A Vision, Stephen J. Morse Jan 1998

Moral Responsibility: A Story, An Argument, And A Vision, Stephen J. Morse

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The Religious Lawyer In A Pluralist Society, Howard Lesnick Jan 1998

The Religious Lawyer In A Pluralist Society, Howard Lesnick

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Incommensurable Choices And The Problem Of Moral Ignorance, Leo Katz Jan 1998

Incommensurable Choices And The Problem Of Moral Ignorance, Leo Katz

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An Evolutionary Theory Of Corporate Law And Corporate Bankruptcy, David A. Skeel Jr. Jan 1998

An Evolutionary Theory Of Corporate Law And Corporate Bankruptcy, David A. Skeel Jr.

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Collective Bargaining Over Asset Restructuring, Edward B. Rock, Michael L. Wachter Jan 1998

Collective Bargaining Over Asset Restructuring, Edward B. Rock, Michael L. Wachter

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Sources Of Commitment To Social Justice, Dorothy E. Roberts Jan 1998

Sources Of Commitment To Social Justice, Dorothy E. Roberts

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Can Internet Offerings Bridge The Small Business Capital Barrier?, Jill E. Fisch Jan 1998

Can Internet Offerings Bridge The Small Business Capital Barrier?, Jill E. Fisch

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An Historical Analysis Of The Binding Nature Of Class Suits, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr., John L. Gedid, Stephen Sowie Jan 1998

An Historical Analysis Of The Binding Nature Of Class Suits, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr., John L. Gedid, Stephen Sowie

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Testing Competing Theories Of Justification, Paul H. Robinson, John M. Darley Jan 1998

Testing Competing Theories Of Justification, Paul H. Robinson, John M. Darley

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Objectivist Vs. Subjectivist Views Of Criminality: A Study In The Role Of Social Science In Criminal Law Theory, Paul H. Robinson, John M. Darley Jan 1998

Objectivist Vs. Subjectivist Views Of Criminality: A Study In The Role Of Social Science In Criminal Law Theory, Paul H. Robinson, John M. Darley

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The authors use social science methodology to determine whether a doctrinal shift-from an objectivist view of criminality in the common law to a subjectivist view in modern criminal codes-is consistent with lay intuitions of the principles of justice. Commentators have suggested that lay perceptions of criminality have shifted in a way reflected in the doctrinal change, but the study results suggest a more nuanced conclusion: that the modern lay view agrees with the subjectivist view of modern codes in defining the minimum requirements of criminality, but prefers the common law's objectivist view of grading the punishment deserved. The authors ...


Reconsidering Insurance For Punitive Damages, Tom Baker Jan 1998

Reconsidering Insurance For Punitive Damages, Tom Baker

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"Not Just For The Fun Of It!" Governmental Restraints On Black Leisure, Social Inequality, And The Privatization Of Public Space, Regina Austin Jan 1998

"Not Just For The Fun Of It!" Governmental Restraints On Black Leisure, Social Inequality, And The Privatization Of Public Space, Regina Austin

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Access To Justice And Civil Forfeiture Reform: Providing Lawyers For The Poor And Recapturing Forfeited Assets For Impoverished Comrnunities, Louis S. Rulli Jan 1998

Access To Justice And Civil Forfeiture Reform: Providing Lawyers For The Poor And Recapturing Forfeited Assets For Impoverished Comrnunities, Louis S. Rulli

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Posner's Economic Approach To Comparative Law, William Ewald Jan 1998

Posner's Economic Approach To Comparative Law, William Ewald

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Transforming Punishment Into Compensation: In The Shadow Of Punitive Damages, Tom Baker Jan 1998

Transforming Punishment Into Compensation: In The Shadow Of Punitive Damages, Tom Baker

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Bankruptcy Judges And Bankruptcy Venue: Some Thoughts On Delaware, David A. Skeel Jr. Jan 1998

Bankruptcy Judges And Bankruptcy Venue: Some Thoughts On Delaware, David A. Skeel Jr.

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The Evidentiary Theory Of Blackmail: Taking Motives Seriously, Mitchell N. Berman Jan 1998

The Evidentiary Theory Of Blackmail: Taking Motives Seriously, Mitchell N. Berman

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In Defense Of The Model Penal Code: A Reply To Professor Fletcher, Paul H. Robinson Jan 1998

In Defense Of The Model Penal Code: A Reply To Professor Fletcher, Paul H. Robinson

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Who May Give Birth To Citizens? Reproduction, Eugenics, And Immigration, Dorothy E. Roberts Jan 1998

Who May Give Birth To Citizens? Reproduction, Eugenics, And Immigration, Dorothy E. Roberts

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The Newest Property: Reproductive Technologies And The Concept Of Parenthood, Kermit Roosevelt Iii Jan 1998

The Newest Property: Reproductive Technologies And The Concept Of Parenthood, Kermit Roosevelt Iii

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Foreword, Symposium, The Legal Profession: The Impact Of Law And Legal Theory, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Jan 1998

Foreword, Symposium, The Legal Profession: The Impact Of Law And Legal Theory, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr.

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The Underlying Causes Of Withdrawal And Expulsion Of Partners From Law Firms, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Jan 1998

The Underlying Causes Of Withdrawal And Expulsion Of Partners From Law Firms, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr.

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Hart's Methodological Positivism, Stephen R. Perry Jan 1998

Hart's Methodological Positivism, Stephen R. Perry

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The Law And Finance Of Bank And Insurance Insolvency Regulation, David A. Skeel Jr. Jan 1998

The Law And Finance Of Bank And Insurance Insolvency Regulation, David A. Skeel Jr.

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Bargaining In The Shadow Of The Market: Is There A Future For Egalitarian Marriage?, Amy L. Wax Jan 1998

Bargaining In The Shadow Of The Market: Is There A Future For Egalitarian Marriage?, Amy L. Wax

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