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(Duke University School of Law, 1991)
Reports of the death of the nondelegation doctrine have been greatly exaggerated. Rather than having been abandoned, the doctrine has merely been renamed and relocated. Its current home consists of a set of nondelegation ...
Standing for Animals
From the legal point of view, there is nothing at all new or unfamiliar in the idea of "animal rights;" on the contrary, it is entirely clear that animals have legal rights. Indeed, the rise of legal rights for animals has ...
Problems with Rules
(California Law Review Inc., 1995)
Economics and the Environment: Trading Debt and Technology for Nature
(Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, 1992)
In this article, Professor O’Neill and Professor Sunstein first explore and suggest improvements in current debt-for-nature swaps, with the ultimate aim of defending the use of economic incentives and Paretian principles ...
Homosexuality and the Constitution
(Indiana University School of Law, 1994)