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9 Mar 2021, 11:56 am by admin
  Nonetheless, the assault on causation has been picked up by Professor Alexandra D. [read post]
9 Nov 2020, 4:57 am by tortsprof
Alexandra Lahav & Elizabeth Chamblee Burch have posted to SSRN Information for the Common Good in Mass Torts. [read post]
6 Nov 2020, 5:30 am by tortsprof
At JOTWELL, John Goldberg reviews Alexandra Lahav's The Knowledge Remedy. [read post]
13 Jul 2020, 6:08 am by tortsprof
Alexandra Lahav has posted to SSRN Chancy Causation in Tort. [read post]
21 May 2020, 2:04 am by tortsprof
At JOTWELL, Nora Engstrom reviews Alexandra Lahav & Peter Siegelman's The Curious Incident of the Falling Win Rate: Individual vs System-Level Justification and the Rule of Law. [read post]
31 May 2019, 9:48 am by Adam Steinman
Alexandra Lahav and Peter Siegelman have published The Curious Incident of the Falling Win Rate: Individual vs System-Level Justification and the Rule of Law, 52 U.C. [read post]
6 May 2019, 5:00 am by D Daniel Sokol
ABSTRACT: In 2017, Professor Alexandra Lahav of the University of Connecticut School of Law published an impressive book entitled In Praise of Litigation. [read post]
4 Mar 2019, 2:36 pm by Matthew Scott Johnson
Lahav & Peter Siegelman, The Curious Incident of the Falling Win Rate: Individual vs System-Level Justification and the Rule of Law, 52 U.C. [read post]
25 Oct 2018, 7:14 am by Adam Steinman
Now on the Courts Law section of JOTWELL is Alexandra Lahav’s essay, Go Big or Go Home: The Debate Over National Injunctions. [read post]
23 Oct 2018, 7:37 am by Howard Wasserman
The new Courts Law essay comes from Alexandra Lahav (UConn), reviewing Amanda Frost, In Defense of Nationwide Injunctions (N.Y.U. [read post]
24 Sep 2018, 12:00 pm by ernst
Here’s the TOC for the American Journal of Legal History, 58:3 (September 2018).Revisiting the Critiques of Those Who Upheld the Fugitive Slave Acts in the 1840s and ‘50s Peter KarstenThe Law Wars in Massachusetts, 1830-1860: How a Band of Upstart Radical Lawyers Defeated the Forces of Law and Order, and Struck a Blow for Freedom and Equality Under Law    Alexandra D Lahav; R Kent Newmyer“O Amherst, Where is Thy Shame? [read post]
14 May 2018, 6:44 am by Samuel Bray
As others have noted, including Alexandra Lahav and David Marcus, there is increasing pressure for procedural specialization, for having different kinds of procedures for different kinds of cases. [read post]