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From Politics to Efficiency in Choice of Law
(University of Chicago Law Review, 2000)
This article proposes a comprehensive system for choice of law that is designed to enhance social wealth by focusing on individual rather than governmental interests. To the extent practicable, parties should be able to ...
Corporations and the Market for Law
(University of Illinois Law Review, 2008)
The state competition for corporate law has long been studied as a distinct phenomenon. Under the traditional view, corporations are subject to a unique choice-of-law rule, the internal affairs doctrine (IAD). This rule ...
How Modern Choice of Law Helped to Kill the Private Attorney General
(Mercer Law Review, 2013)
It is a great honor to be asked to deliver the second Annual Brainerd Currie Lecture at Mercer University School of Law. Brainerd Currie was an immensely influential law professor who is recognized as the leading scholar ...