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Saturday, July 12, 2008

Now in Print

- Shmuel I. Becher and Tal Z. Zarsky, E-contract Doctrine 2.0: Standard Form Contracting in the Age of Online User Participation, 14 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 303-366 (2008).

- Margaret F. Brinig, Are All Contracts Alike? 43 Wake Forest L. Rev. 533-557 (2008).

- Alex M. Johnson, Jr., An Economic Analysis of the Duty to Disclose Information: Lessons Learned from the Caveat Emptor Doctrine, 45 San Diego L. Rev. 79-132 (2008).

- Kevin Tuininga, The Ethics of Surrogacy Contracts and Nebraska's Surrogacy Law, 41 Creighton L. Rev. 185-205 (2008).

- Frederick Tung, The New Death of Contract: Creeping Corporate Fiduciary Duties for Creditors, 57 Emory L.J. 809-869 (2008).

- Gedenkschrift in Honor of E. Allan Farnsworth (1928-2005), 19 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 1-142 (2007).

- Karen Einsidler, Foreword, 19 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 1-7 (2007).
- Michael Joachim Bonell, The UNIDROIT Principles and CISG--Sources of Inspiration for English Courts?, 19 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 9-27 (2007).
- Harry Flechtner, Article 79 of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) as Rorschach test: The Homeward Trend and Exemption for Delivering Non-Conforming Goods, 19 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 29-51 (2007).
- Roy Goode, Litigation or Arbitration? The Influence of the Dispute Resolution Procedure on Substantive Rights, 19 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 53-62 (2007).
- Joseph M. Lookofsky, Consequential Damages in CISG Context, 19 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 63-88 (2007).
- Peter Schlechtriem, Non-Material Damages--Recovery under the CISG?, 19 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 89-102 (2007).
- Ingeborg Schwenzer, National Preconceptions that Endanger Uniformity, 19 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 103-124 (2007).
- Pilar Perales Viscasillas, Late Payment Directive 2000/35 and the CISG, 19 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 125-142 (2007).

- Symposium: The Enduring Legacy of Wood v. Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon, 28 Pace L. Rev. 161-454 (2008).

- James J. Fishman, Introduction: The Enduring Legacy of Wood v. Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon, 28 Pace L. Rev. 161-178 (2008).
- Joseph M. Perillo, Neutral Standardizing of Contracts, 28 Pace L. Rev. 179-194 (2008).
- Peter Linzer, "Implied," "Inferred," and "Imposed": Default Rules and Adhesion Contracts--the Need for Radical Surgery, 28 Pace L. Rev. 195-217 (2008).
- Nicholas R. Weiskopf, Wood v. Lucy: The Overlap Between Interpretation and Gap-filling to Achieve Minimum Decencies, 28 Pace L. Rev. 219-233 (2008).
- Miriam A. Cherry, Exploring (Social) Class in the Classroom: The Case of Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon, 28 Pace L. Rev. 235-247 (2008).
- Celia R. Taylor, Teaching Ethics in Context: Wood v. Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon in the First Year Curriculum, 28 Pace L. Rev. 249-269 (2008).
- Deborah Zalesne with David Nadvorney, Integrating Academic Skills into First Year Curricula: Using Wood v. Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon to Teach the Role of Facts in Legal Reasoning, 28 Pace L. Rev. 271-296 (2008).
- Andrew Tettenborn, What it's Worth to Do Your Best, 28 Pace L. Rev. 297-314 (2008).
- Larry A. DiMatteo, Cardozo, Anti-Formalism, and the Fiction of Noninterventionism, 28 Pace L. Rev. 315-355 (2008).
- Meredith R. Miller, A Picture of the New York Court of Appeals at the Time of Wood v. Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon, 28 Pace L. Rev. 357-377 (2008).
- Megan Richardson and David Tan, Wood v. Duff-Gordon and the Modernist Cult of Personality, 28 Pace L. Rev. 379-393 (2008).
- Monroe H. Freedman, Cardozo's Opinion in Lady Lucy's case: "Formative Unconscionability," Impracticality and Judicial Abuse, 28 Pace L. Rev. 395-407 (2008).
- Robert C. Bird, An Employment Contract "Instinct with an Obligation": Good Faith Costs and Contexts, 28 Pace L. Rev. 409-428 (2008).
- Emily Gold Waldman, Fulfilling Lucy's Legacy: Recognizing Implicit Good-Faith Obligations Within Explicit Job Duties, 28 Pace L. Rev. 429-454 (2008).

[Meredith R. Miller]

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