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UW Law School Legal Studies Research Paper series

The UW Law School has put together a new edition in its Legal Studies Research Paper series (via SSRN).

The following papers are available: (Bloggers take note of the last one)

"The New versus the Old Legal Realism: 'Things Ain't What They Used to Be'"
STEWART MACAULAY
University of Wisconsin Law School

"A New Realism for Legal Studies"
ARTHUR F. MCEVOY
University of Wisconsin Law School

"Destabilizing the Normalization of Rural Black Land Loss: A Critical Role for Legal Empiricism"
THOMAS W. MITCHELL
University of Wisconsin Law School

"Is it Time for a New Legal Realism?"
HOWARD S. ERLANGER
University of Wisconsin Law School
BRYANT G. GARTH
Southwestern University School of Law
JANE E. LARSON
University of Wisconsin Law School
ELIZABETH ELLEN MERTZ
American Bar Foundation
VICTORIA F. NOURSE
University of Wisconsin Law School
DAVID B. WILKINS
Harvard University - Harvard Law School

"Crossing Boundaries: Legal Education and the Challenge of the New Public Interest Law"
LOUISE G. TRUBEK
University of Wisconsin at Madison Law School

"Bit by Bit: A Case Study of Bloggership"
D. GORDON SMITH
University of Wisconsin Law School