Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Sample Interesting New Writing About Law with Jotwell

Jotwell -- "The Journal Of Things We Like (Lots)" -- is a blog where a several law professors post substantive comments about recent scholarship. It's supposed to help people keep up with interesting writing from different fields.

Recent posts have included a reviews of a book about FDR and the Supreme Court, a forthcoming article about unconscious bias in employment discrimination, a law-and-economics piece about wealth accumulation, something about the epistemology of bail and crime, a paper about potential conflicts between two uniform laws affecting trusts, and an article about the legitimacy of international law. It's eclectic!

If you'd like to sample a wide range of thought-provoking legal scholarship, check out Jotwell.

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