‘Coming to a Better Understanding of Remedies’

Samuel L Bray, The Myth of the Mild Declaratory Judgment, 63 Duke Law Journal 1091 (2014). Remedies is a vital, yet sometimes overlooked, area of study and scholarship. So often with law, we gravitate toward the substantive fields — constitutional law, property, contracts, torts, and the like. In academic writing and course offerings, there is less of a tendency to step back and consider the commonalities between these subjects. Remedies is trans-substantive almost by definition. It looks across all areas of law and asks, once a liability or right has been established, now what? … (more)

[Marin Levy, JOTWELL ,15 July]

First posted 2014-07-15 15:10:08

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