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Exclusion and Property Rules in the Law of Nuisance
(Virginia Law Review Association, 2004)
This Article offers a theory of nuisance law based on information costs. Like trespass, much of the law of nuisance relies on a strategy of exclusion in which rights are defined using low-cost signals like boundary crossings ...
From 'Separate is Inherently Unequal' to 'Diversity is Good for Business': The Rise of Market-Based Diversity Arguments and the Fate of the Black Corporate Bar
(The Harvard Law Review Association, 2004)
Community and Custom in Property
(The Berkeley Electronic Press, 2009)
Community custom has played a limited but important role in the law of property. In addition to a few major historic examples such as mining camp rules and whaling, property law sometimes relies on community custom, for ...
The Morality of Property
(College of William and Mary, 2007)
The relationship between property and morality has been obscured by three elements in our intellectual tradition. First is the assumption, which can be traced to Bentham, that property is a pure creature of law.' An ...
Statically Detecting Likely Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
Buffer overflow attacks may be today’s single most important security threat. This paper presents a new approach to mitigating buffer overflow vulnerabilities by detecting likely vulnerabilities through an analysis of the ...
Exporting the 'Pursuit of Happiness'
reviewing Thomas Carothers, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Aiding Democracy Abroad: The Learning Curve (1999)