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Assimilating Environmental Protection into Legal Rules and the Problem with Environmental Crime
(Loyola Law School; 1999, 1994)
Race Separatism in the Family: More on the Transracial Adoption Debate
Some twenty-five years ago a trial court in Virginia upheld the state ban on interracial marriage, reasoning that God created different races and, accordingly, that it was natural to maintain racial purity, and unnatural ...
Why So Many Lawyers? Are They Good or Bad?
(Fordham Law Review, 1992)
In this essay, Dean Clark examines the popular notion that the United States has too many lawyers and that this abundance burdens the nation. While acknowledging the great growth of law and lawyers in recent decades, Dean ...
Translation as Argument
Fidelity, Indeterminacy, and the Problem of Constitutional Evil
(Fordham Law Review, 1997)
Where Do Black Children Belong? The Politics of Race Matching in Adoption
(University of Pennsylvania, 1991)
Economic Analysis of Threats and Their Illegality: Blackmail, Extortion, and Robbery
(University of Pennsylvania, 1993)
Those Japanese Firms with Their Disdain for Shareholders: Another Fable for the Academy
We begin in Section II by discussing the modem theory of path dependence. In Section III, we trace the ties between that theory and the orthodox understanding of how Japanese firms behave. Then in Section IV, we report ...