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Friday, May 22, 2020

Concluding the Legal Discontinuities Online Symposium

With thanks to all participants and commentators (and Howard and the folks at Prawfsblawg), we can now bring our two-week Legal Discontinuities Online Symposium to a close. If you've been busy with grading or pandemic issues or just life in general, you can find all the posts right here.

As readers will have noticed, issues about lumping/splitting, smoothness/bumpiness, aggregating/disaggregating, and winner-take-all-or-nothing come up throughout the law. While different contexts raise different details, we gain a lot by looking for the heart of the issues across a wide-range of legal doctrines--an exploration the legal academy has barely begun considering its centrality to the law. I believe this symposium has advanced that exploration, and we do so even more in our collection of papers that will be published under generous open access terms (roughly in January) by the fantastic editors at Theoretical Inquiries in Law, affiliated with the Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the Law at the Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University. Thanks again!

Posted by Adam Kolber on May 22, 2020 at 08:01 AM in Adam Kolber, Symposium: Legal Discontinuities | Permalink


Very useful symposium indeed. Thanks for that.....

Posted by: El roam | May 22, 2020 9:03:30 AM

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