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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Revisiting the Contracts Scholarship of Stewart Macaulay, Concluding Post

Cropped Cover (1)This post will conclude our sympoium on the contracts scholarship of Stewart Macaulay.  Professor Macaulay has asked us to thank all those who participated in the discussion of his work both on the blog and in the book, Revisiting the Contracts Scholarship of Stewart Macaulay: On the Empirical and the Lyrical (Jean Braucher, John Kidwell, and William C. Whitford, eds., Hart Publishing 2013).

We add our own thanks to Jean Braucher, who put the symposium together for us, and to all of our participants, whom we name below with links to their posts:

Jay Feinman, Ambitition and Humility in Contract Law

Alan Hyde, Stewart Macaulay, System Builder

Kate O'Neill, The Mess We're In

Deborah Post, One Contracts Professor's Preference for State Court Decisions

Gillian Hadfield, Maybe Contract Law Isn't Dead After All

Jonathan Lipson, Relational Reorganization

 Peter Linzer, Contracts of Adhesion: An Oxymoron?

Gordon Smith, Doctrines of Last Resort

And here are links to the introduction to the symposium and the biographies of our contributors:

An introduction to the symposium

Biographical information about the first week's contributors

An introduction to the second week's contributors

The Third Week's Contributors


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