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Foreword: We the Court
Madison's Audience
Rethinking Choice of Law
The Supreme Court, 2000 Term
Introduction: The Empirical Revolution in Law
In November 2012, Stanford Law School hosted the Seventh Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS), purportedly “the largest annual refereed academic legal conference in the world.”1 Of theExpand
Defining the Role of the Federal Courts
Vestiges of Beale: Extraterritorial Application of American Law
Appellate courts are supposed to keep the law consistent and coherent, which can be difficult because decentralized, adversarial adjudication tends to stretch statutes and precedents in differentExpand
CHOICE OF LAW IN COMPLEX LITIGATION
Nearly all proceduralists agree that all the claims in a complex case should be de. cided under a single substantive law or, at the very least, under a uniform choice-oflaw rule In this paper,Expand
The Myth of the "Unprovided-for" Case
The Lawmaking Power of the Federal Courts
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