Volume 49, Issue 3

AALS Section on Contracts: New Frontiers in Private Ordering

Privatizing Employment Protections

In earlier work, Ayres and Brown introduced the “Fair Employment Mark,” and its licensing agreement, which gives a licensee’s employees and applicants contract rights of action as third-party beneficiaries if…
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The Body Market: Race Politics & Private Ordering

Racial exploitation is now the powerful, conventional challenge to emerging discourses on alternative methodologies of procuring organs, especially markets. The evidence, including growing waitlists and thousands of deaths each year,…
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