Stewart Macaulay
Malcolm Pitman Sharp Professor & Theodore W. Brazeau Professor
  • Macaulay, "Restitution in Context," 107 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1133-1148 (1959). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Justice Traynor and the Law of Contracts," 13 Stanford L. Rev. 813-864 (1961). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Non-Contractual Relations in Business: A Preliminary Study," 28 American Sociological Rev. 1-19 (1963). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, Changing a Continuing Relationship Between a Large Corporation and Those Who Deal With It: Automobile Manufacturers, Their Dealers, and the Legal System, Law and Society, 483 Wisconsin L. Rev. 3-212 (1965).
  • Ted Finman and Stewart Macaulay, Freedom to Dissent: The Vietnam Protests and the Words of Public Officials, Law and Society, 1966. 1-92.
  • Macaulay, "Private Legislation and the Duty to Read -- Business by IBM Machine, the Law of Contracts and Credit Cards," 19 Vanderbilt L. Rev. 1051-1121 (1966) [pdf]
  • Friedman, Lawrence M. and Macaulay, "Contract Law and Contract Teaching: Past, Present, and Future," Fall Wisconsin L. Rev. 805-821 (1967). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Law Schools and the World Outisde Their Doors: Notes on the Margins of 'Professional Training in the Public Interest,'" 54 Virginia L. Rev. 617-636 (1968). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, and Elaine Walster, "Legal Structures and Restoring Equity," 27 Journal of Social Issues 173-188 (1971). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "The Standardized Contracts of United States Automobile Manufacturers," in 3-21 International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law 18-34 (1974). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, Access to the Legal Systems of the Americas: Informal Processes (Center for Law and Behavioral Science, Madison, 1976). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Elegant Models, Empirical Pictures, and the Complexities of Contract," 11 Law & Society Review 507-528 (1977). [pdf]
  • Jacqueline Macaulay and Stewart Macaulay, "Adoption for Black Children: A Case Study of Expert Discretion," in Rita James Simon (ed.) Research in Law and Sociology: An Annual Compilation of Research at 265-318 (JAI Press 1978).
  • Macaulay, Lawyers and Consumer Protections Laws, 14 Law & Society Review, 115-171 (1979).
  • Macaulay, "Professional Competence and the Law," Dalhousie Continuing Legal Education Series, No. 21 (1981). [pdf]
  • John H. Merryman, David S. Clark, Lawrence M. Friedman, "Law and Social Change in Mediterranean Europe and Latin America: A Handbook of Legal And Social Indicators for Comparative Study," The American Journal of Comparative Law, Book Review Vol. 29 542-547 (1981). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Law Schools and the World Outside Their Doors II: Some Notes on Two Recent Studies of the Chicago Bar," 32 Journal of Legal Education 506-542 (1982). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "An Empirical View of Contract," 1985 Wisconsin Law Review 465-482. [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Lawyer Advertising: Yes But ..." Working Papers/Institute for Legal Studies: 2 (Dispute Processing Research Program: Working Paper 7-3, Madison, Wisconsin, 1985). Portions are reprinted in Deborah Rhode and David Luban, Legal Ethics (1995). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Law and Behavioral Science: Is There Any There There?" 6 Law & Policy 149-187 (1984). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "The Judge as Mentor: A Personal Memoir" 36 L. Legal Ed. 144 (1986). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Private Government," in Lipson & Wheeler (eds.) Law and Social Science, (Russell Sage Foundation: 1986), pp. 445-518. [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Images of Law in Everyday Life: The Lessons of School, Entertainment, and Spectator Sports," 21 Law & Society Review 185-218 (1987). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Bambi Meets Godzilla: Reflections on Contract Scholarship and Teaching Vs. State Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Statues," 26 Houston L. Rev. 575-601 (1989). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Popular Legal Culture: An Introduction," 98 Yale Law Journal 1545-1558 (1989). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Long-term Continuing Relations: The American Experience Regulating Dealerships and Franchises," in C. Joerges (ed.) Franchising and the Law: Theoretical and Comparative Approaches in Europe and the United States, at 179-237 (Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft 1991).
  • Macaulay, "The Future of American Lawyers," 2 Sociologia del diritto, 51-69 (1993). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, Wisconsin's Legal Tradition, 24 Gargoyle 6-10 (1994). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, The Impact of Contract Law on the Economy: Less Than Meets the Eye? Paper given at a Conference on Law and Modernization, Lima Peru, July, 1994. [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Crime and Custom in Business Society," 22 Journal of Law and Society 248-258 (1995). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "The Last Word," 22 Journal of Law and Society 149-154 (1995). [pdf]
  • Kenworthy Lane, Macaulay, and Joel Rogers, "'The More Things Change . . .': Business Litigation and Governance in the American Automobile Industry," 21 Law and Social Inquiry, 631-678 (1996). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, Organic Transactions: Contract, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Builidng, 1 Wisc. L. Rev. 74-121 (1996).
  • Macaulay, "Willard's Law School?" Wisconsin L. Rev. 1163-1179 (1997). [pdf]
  • Grossman Joel B., Herbert M. Kritzer, and Macaulay, "Do the 'Haves' Still Come Out Ahead?" 33 Law & Society Rev. 803-810 (1999). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Relational Contracts Floating on a Sea of Custom? Thoughts About the Ideas of Ian Macneil and Lisa Bernstein," 94 Nw. U. L. Rev. 775-804 (2000). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "The Real and the Paper Deal: Empirical Pictures of Relationships, Complexity and the Urge for Transparent Simple Rules," 66 Modern L. Rev. 44-79 (2003). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "Freedom From Contract: Solutions in Search of a Problem?" Wisconsin L. Rev. 777-820 (2004). [pdf]
  • Macaulay, "The New Versus The Old Legal Realism: 'Things Ain't What They Used to Be,'" Wisconsin L. Rev. 367-403 (2005). [pdf]

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