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Douglas G. Baird

Abebe and Baird Elected to the American Law Institute

The American Law Institute has elected 58 new members who will bring their expertise in several areas of law to ALI’s work of clarifying the law through Restatements, Principles and the Model Penal...

Omri Ben-Shahar

Prof. Omri Ben-Shahar on Why the FAA Should Not Regulate Airline Seat Space

The FAA, correctly remembering that its primary role is to regulate safety, not comfort, has been reluctant so far to intervene in the matter and to issue seat-size regulations.

Anthony J. Casey

Finding Meaning in Rules and Standards

Through the lens of law and economics, legal scholars have extracted useful meaning from the rules-and-standards debate—a discussion that has long divided those who practice and study law, Anthony ...

Martha C. Nussbaum on the Narcissism of Asking “What Is It to be Human?”

We humans are very self-focused. We tend to think that being human is somehow very special and important, so we ask about that, instead of asking what it means to be an elephant, or a pig, or a bird. This failure of curiosity is part of a large ethical problem.

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