New legal scholarship

[JURIST] The Harvard Law Review [official website] (which unfortunately does not publish online in full text) has posted a notice of its February 2003 issue. Read an abstract of Taxing Sunny Days: Adjusting Taxes For Regional Living Costs and Amenities [PDF] by Michael S. Knoll [no homepage currently available] of the University of Pennsylvania Law School [official website] and Thomas D. Griffith [faculty profile] of the University of Southern California Law School [official website]. The other article in the February issue is The Mechanisms of the Slippery Slope by Eugene Volokh [faculty profile] of UCLA School of Law [official website], a draft version of which is available on Eugene's website.



 

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