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June 28, 2019


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For those of you old enough (sigh) to have read Greening of America when it came out, a look at it again is instructive. You find yourself thinking how could anyone have taken this sort of stuff seriously?

Steve Diamond

By far the most interesting law professor of the last 75 years.

David Shipley

Don’t forget his very influential article on the new property cited by SCOTUS in Goldberg v Kelly. The high point of the due process revolution, and proof that law review articles can make a big difference in shaping the law.


PaulB: You had to be there.

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