Wednesday, June 15, 2005
Alan J. Meese, Ball Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School, recently sent me a copy of his new article "Intrabrand Restraints and The Theory of the Firm," published at 83 North Carolina Law Review 5 (2004). Professor Meese argues that the antitrust treartment of intrabrand restraints is inconsistent with the transaction cost theory of the firm and that a more rational institutional framework, rather than neoclassical price theory, should provide the basis for intrabrand restraints. His recommendation? Per se legality. Thanks for sharing an interesting article, Alan.
Monday, June 13, 2005
This morning's PrawfsBlawg has an interesting census of the current law professor blogging population. They report that 103 law professors currently blog; we have 24 law professors who blog as part of our Law Professor Blogs Network.
PrawfsBlawg notes that of the 103 law professor bloggers, 80.6% (83) are male and 19.4% (20) are female. The comparable numbers for the 24 members of the Law Professor Blogs Network: 62.5% (15) male and 37.5% (9) female.
Here are the law schools with the most law professor bloggers:
Law Schools with Most Law Prof Bloggers
Number of Bloggers