Tuesday, September 17, 2013
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- Reading Lists
High reliability organizations
- Constitutional Curiosities
The scavenger hunt
The answer key
- Hierarchies of Legal Scholarship
J.B. Ruhl (part I)
J.B. Ruhl (part II)
- Other Notable Posts
Born in the U.S.A.
The law of love and gravity
Honoring Norman Borlaug
Hall of Idols
- "Fundamentally Changing the Conversation About the...
- Portfolio Theory as a Pattern of Timeless Moments
- Measuring Market Risk Under Basel II, 2.5, and III...
- CPRBlog: The Long Goodbye: On Seeing the Sundarban...
- Sweating the Small Stuff: Indiam Villages Plan for...
- Happy Thanksgiving
- Delhi Blues
- The 2012 elections' biggest winner? In a landslide...
- Now that the election is over, Sheldon Adelson's o...
- Gotham gets it
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- Daniel A. Farber, Jim Chen, Robert R.M. Verchick & Lisa Grow Sun, Disaster Law and Policy (2d edition)
- Daniel A. Farber & Jim Chen, Disasters and the Law: Katrina and Beyond