2 Theoretical Inq. L. [i] (2001)

handle is hein.journals/thinla2 and id is 1 raw text is: Theoretical Inquiries in Law
Volume 2, Number 1, January 2001
Contemporary Legal Scholarship:
Achievements and Prospects
Contents

Contracts and Property L
Melvin A. Eisenberg
Michael A. Heller
Daphna Lewinsohn-
Zamir
Tort Law
Ernest J. Weinrib
Ariel Porat
Gary T. Schwartz
Assaf Jacob
Corporate Law
Edward B. Rock
Criminal Law
George P. Fletcher
Paul H. Robinson
Constitutional Law
Robert Post
Aeyal M. Gross
Denise G. R~aume

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The Emergence of Dynamic Contract Law   1
The Dynamic Analytics of Property Law  79
Contemporary Property Law Scholarship:
A Comment                             97
Correlativity, Personality, and the Emerging
Consensus on Corrective Justice      107
Questioning the Idea of Correlativity
in Weinrib's Theory of Corrective Justice  161
Feminist Approaches to Tort Law       175
Feminist Approaches to Tort Law Revisited
- A Reply to Professor Schwartz      211
Encountering the Scarlet Woman of Wall
Street: Speculative Comments at the End of
the Century                          237
Criminal Theory in the Twentieth Century  265
Criminal Law Scholarship: Three Illusions  287
The Challenge of Globalization to American
Public Law Scholarship               323
Globalization, Human Rights, and American
Public Law Scholarship - A Comment on
Robert Post                          337
Harm and Fault in Discrimination Law:
The Transition from Intentional to Adverse
Effect Discrimination                349

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