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Private Law and Public Discourse

Democracies need institutions that help to build public consensus on fundamental principles of justice. However, the major public institutions associated with this task—electoral institutions, the press, education, and civil society—each…
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The Procedural Justice of Personal Jurisdiction

From the rigid territoriality of Pennoyer to the amorphous fairness test of International Shoe to the relation-based holding of Ford, the Supreme Court has evaluated personal jurisdiction as a Fourteenth…
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The New Unocal

American corporate law has remained remarkably stable for decades. The stakeholder movement of recent years has unleashed extensive discussions about environmental, social, and corporate governance (“ESG”); corporate purpose; diversity; and…
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