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Notes from the Editorial Advisory Board
My classmates Jim Tourtelott, Joe Sommer, and Eva Saks invented the Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities at a Mexican restaurant one night in the fall of 1987. When they announced their idea to me the next day, my first ...
Contract and Fiduciary Duty in Corporate Law
(The Boston College Law School, 1997)
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)
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 ...
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