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Knowledge Inputs, Legal Institutions and Firm Structure: Towards a Knowledge Based Theory of the Firm
(Northwestern L. Rev., 2007)
Corporate scholars rely on traditional theories of the firm to analyze corporate organization and corporate contracting. However, traditional theories of the firm, as the authors argue, are incomplete in that they neglect ...
Law, Buddhism, and Social Change: A Conversation with the 14th Dalai Lama September 20-21, 2006
(Buffalo Law Review, 2007)
In September of 2006, the Dalai Lama of Tibet came to the University at Buffalo Law School, SUNY, to speak at a conference, Law, Buddhism, and Social Change. It was the first time he has publicly addressed issues concerning ...
Globalizing Trust? Transferring Anglo-American Minority Shareholder Protections to Civil Law Germany
This paper critically examines the conventional view that the lack of fiduciary duty protections for corporate shareholders in civil law systems explains crucial differences in corporate structure and finance. It questions ...
A Legal Remedy for Homophobia: Finding a Cure in the International Right to Health
(Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, 2005)
"Balancing Your Strengths Against Your Felonies": Considerations for Military Recruitment of Ex-Offenders
(University of Miami Law Review, 2007)
Constitutionalizing Class Inequality: Due Process in State Farm
(Buffalo L. Rev., 2008)
This essay takes a step toward building a story of economic class in U.S. constitutional law, as part of a special essay issue of the Buffalo Law Review developed from a series of workshops titled ClassCrits: Toward a ...