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Law & Economics Prof Blog

Law & Economics Prof Blog

Edited by Murat C. Mungan, David Gamage, Eric Rasmusen, Ben Depoorter, Gerrit de Geest, Shi-Ling Hsu, Manuel A. Utset, Jr., Brian Galle and Yuval Feldman.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/law_econ/
  • May 17

    Law & Economics Prof Blog Seeks New Editor

    Law & Economics Prof Blog Seeks New Editor
    The Law & Economics Prof Blog is on hiatus while we try to put together a new team of editors. The Law Professor Blogs Network offers law professors the premier blogging platform and the opportunity to share in growing sponsorship...
  • Feb 18

    Comma Heterodoxy

    Comma Heterodoxy
    In my last post I wrote: A. “This is an ingenious, and, after a bit of thought, plausible, justification.” An alternative is: B. “This is an ingenious, and after a bit of thought plausible, justification.” The conventional punctuation…
  • Feb 18

    "To Each According to His Need," Including Opera

    "To Each According to His Need," Including Opera
    Taxprof reports on Miranda Fleischer's latest: Miranda Perry Fleischer (San Diego), How is the Opera Like a Soup Kitchen?, in The Philosophical Foundations of Tax Law (Oxford University Press, 2016): The charitable tax subsidies are, at…
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Washington University Law Blog

Washington University Law Blog

From Washington University in St. Louis School of Law.

http://onlinelaw.wustl.edu/blog
  • Aug 10

    Want to Be President of the United States? Know the Law.

    Want to Be President of the United States? Know the Law.
    Last year, a lawyer and businessman faced off for the presidency of the United States — a position that has been dominated by lawyers. In October 2016, the candidates debated here at Washington University in St. Louis, one of the few…
  • Aug 8

    The Next Frontier in the Criminal Justice Conversation

    The Next Frontier in the Criminal Justice Conversation
    Powered by research from Professor Peter Joy, this infographic series explores the right to counsel, its limitations, and its effects on poor and minority communities in the United States.
  • May 9

    Want to Advance in Health Care? Consider a Master of Legal Studies.

    Want to Advance in Health Care? Consider a Master of Legal Studies.
    No matter what your title may be, when it comes to caring for patients in any context, health care and the law go hand-in-hand. This has long been true for those involved in direct patient care, such as physicians, nurses and allied health…
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WUSTL School of Law News

WUSTL School of Law News

http://news.wustl.edu/_layouts/WUSTL.SharePoint.WebParts/CustomFeed.aspx?xsl=1&web=/schools/Law&page=ffd03ae5-7e53-44de-89b3-4672f3ea5710&wp=afe32abc-2fc9-4eac-80d2-26a459662960
  • Nov 10

    Wash U Expert: Obama within rights to proceed on immigration reform

    Wash U Expert: Obama within rights to proceed on immigration reform
    With Republicans gaining control of Congress after the midterm elections, Speaker of the House John Boehner insists that President Barack Obama could get “burned” if he uses executive action to move forward on immigration reform…
  • Aug 16

    WashU Expert: The First Amendment and the Nazi flag

    WashU Expert: The First Amendment and the Nazi flag
    In the wake of the Aug. 12 confrontations between protesters and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, some progressives are calling for legal restrictions on the display of the Nazi flag. These arguments are entirely…
  • Aug 16

    Law, religion and health in the United State

    Law, religion and health in the United State
    Should physicians be required to disclose their religious beliefs to patients? How should we think about institutional conscience in the health care setting? How should health care providers deal with families with religious objections to…
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