Shreve, Gene R. : Indiana University at Bloomington
Richard S. Melvin Professor of Law Indiana University School of Law -- Bloomington
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Introduction Note on Editing and Citation
Chapter One: An Overview-Themes Animating Conflict of Laws
Introductory note Gene R. Shreve, Choice of Law and the Forgiving Constitution, 71 Ind. L.J. 271 (1996). Comments
Chapter Two: Historic Divisions-Multilateral and Unilateral Approaches to Choice of Law in Europe
Introductory note Friedrich K. Juenger, Choice of Law and Multistate Justice (Boston: Nijhoff 1993) Comments
Chapter Three: Lex Loci Delicti-The Dominance and Partial Decline of Multilateralism in American Conflicts Law
A. Story, Beale, and the Original Restatement
Joseph Story, Commentaries on The Conflict of Law (Boston: Hilliard, Gray & Co. 1834)
Kurt H. Nadelmann, Joseph Story's Contribution to American Conflicts Law: A Comment, 5 Am. J. Legal Hist. 230 (1961)
Joseph H. Beale, History and Doctrines of the Conflict of Laws, in 3 A Treatise on the Conflict of Laws, 1967 app. (New York: Baker, Voorhis & Co. 1935)
Herbert F. Goodrich, Yielding Place to New: Rest Versus Motion in The Conflict of Laws (The Association of the Bar of the City of New York 1950)
American Law Institute, Restatement of the Law of Conflict of Laws (St. Paul 1934)
B. Classical Theory Under Attack
Elliott E. Cheatham, American Theories of Conflict of Laws: Their Role and Utility, 58 Harv. L. Rev. 361 (1945)
Hessell E. Yntema, The Hornbook Method and the Conflict of Laws, 37 Yale L.J. 468 (1928)
Walter W. Cook, The Logical and Legal Bases of the Conflict of Law, 33 Yale L.J. 457 (1924)
David F. Cavers, A Critique of the Choice of Law Problem, 47 Harv. L. Rev. 173 (1933)
Chapter Four: Conflicts Revolution-The Watershed Case of Babcock v. Jackson
Introductory note Symposium, Comments on Babcock v. Jackson, A Recent Development in Conflict of Laws, 63 Colum. L. Rev. 1212 (1963) Comments
Chapter Five: Interest Analysis-The Emergence of Unilateralism in Modern American Conflicts Law
Introductory note Brainerd Currie, Notes on Methods and Objectives in the Conflict of Laws, 1959 Duke L.J. 171 William M. Richman, Diagramming Conflicts: A Graphic Understanding of Interest Analysis, 43 Ohio St. L.J. 317 (1982) Comments
Chapter Six: Interst Analysis on Trial
Harold G. Maier, Finding the Trees in Spite of theMetaphorist: The Problem of State Interests in Choiceof Law, 56 Albany L. Rev. 753 (1993)
P. John Kozyris, Postscript: Interest Analysis Facing Its Critics-And, Incidentally, What Should Be Done About Choice of Law for Products Liability? 46 Ohio St. L.J. 569 (1985)
Friedrich K. Juenger, Conflict of Laws: A Critique of Interest Analysis, 32 Am. J. Comp. L. 1 (1984)
Lea Brilmayer, Interest Analysis and the Myth of Legislative Intent, 78 Mich. L. Rev. 392 (1980)
Aaron D. Twerski, Neumeier v. Kuehner: Where are the Emperor's Clothes?, 1 Hofstra L. Rev. 104 (1973)
Russell J. Weintraub, A Defense of Interest Analysis in the Conflict of Laws and the Use of that Analysis in Products Liability, 46 Ohio St. L.J. 493 (1985)
Robert A. Sedler, Reflections on Conflict-of-Laws Methodology, 32 Hastings L.J. 1628 (1981)
David E. Seidelson, Resolving Choice-of-Law Problems Through Interest Analysis in Person Injury Actions: A Suggested Order of Priority Among Competing State Interests and Among Available Techniques for Weighing Those Interests, 30 Duq. L. Rev. 869 (1992)
Louise Weinberg, On Departing From Forum Law, 35 Mercer L. Rev. 595 (1983)
Bruce Posnak, Choice of Law: Interest Analysis and Its ''New Critics,'' 36 Am. J. Comp. L. 681 (1988)
Chapter Seven: Completing the Picture-American Conflicts Theory Apart From Multilateralism and Unilateralism
A. Justified Expectations
Max Rheinstein, The Place of Wrong: A Study in the Method of Case Law, 19 Tulane L. Rev. 4 (1944)
Elliott E. Cheatham and Willis L.M. Reese, Choice of the Applicable Law, 52 Colum. L. Rev. 959 (1952)
Aaron D. Twerski, Enlightened Territorialism and Professor Cavers-The Pennsylvania Method, 9 Duq. L. Rev. 373 (1971)
Robert A. Leflar, Choice-Influencing Considerationsin Conflicts Law, 41 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 267 (1966)
Joseph W. Singer, Real Conflicts, 69 B.U. L. Rev. 1 (1989)
William F. Baxter, Choice of Law and the Federal System, 16 Stan. L. Rev. 1 (1963)
Arthur T. von Mehren, Special Substantive Rules for Multistate Problems: Their Role and Significance in Contemporary Choice of Law Methodology, 88 Harv. L. Rev. 347 (1974)
Patrick J. Borchers, Conflicts Pragmatism, 56 Albany L. Rev. 883 (1993)
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