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Sachs article hailed as "important advance" in originalism theory
In Stephen Sachs' latest article Originalism as a Theory of Legal Change, Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy (forthcoming) he argues "originalism ought to be defended, if at all, not based on normative goals or abstract philosophy, but as a positive theory of American legal practice, and particularly of our rules for legal change."
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- Jack KnightProfessor Knight gave a lecture at the University of Catanzaro, Italy.(April 04, 2014)
- Kathryn Webb BradleyProfessor Bradley participated in the Law & Contemporary Problems symposium on child custody, commenting on the work of Jana Singer. The event was held at Duke Law School.(April 26, 2014)
- Steven L. SchwarczProfessor Schwarcz presented at a faculty workshop at Florida State University College of Law.(March 27, 2014)
- Marin K. Levy
Challenging the Randomness of Panel Assignment in the Federal Appellate Courts (November 08, 2014) (with Adam S. Chilton)
- Curtis A. Bradley
A State Preferences Account of Customary International Law Adjudication (October 10, 2014)
- Matthew Adler
Consumption, Risk, and Prioritarianism (October 10, 2014) (with Nicolas Treich)
- Joseph Blocher
Ukraine and Russia: "You Break It, You Bought It", Financial History (October 01, 2014 28-32) (with Mitu Gulati)
- Jedediah Purdy
When Diversity Fails the Poor, Daily Beast (September 28, 2014)
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