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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Tort Law in Inaugural Addresses

Today I'm channeling Al Brophy in both form (trivia question) and content (history).  I just finished reading The Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents, edited by John Gabriel Hunt.  Here's the question:  In which inaugural address is tort law discussed directly?

--CJR

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George W. Bush? I am just guessing but I wouldn't be surprised if he mentioned something about "tort reform"...

Posted by: Prof. Alberto Bernabe | Sep 19, 2012 10:16:30 AM

Hi Alberto,

I thought there was a chance that George W. Bush discussed tort law in one of his inaugural addresses, but he did not. Perhaps in one of his SoUs?

Posted by: Chris Robinette | Sep 19, 2012 1:57:55 PM

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