In praise of Twitter and SSRN

As we approach the end of the month, here’s a partial list of what we’re reading these days:

  1. Carissa Byrne Hessick on “Vagueness Principles.”
  2. Daniel B. Klein on “Adam Smith’s 1759 Rebuke of the Slave Trade.”
  3. Jonathan R. Macey & Joshua Mitts on “The Three Justifications for Piercing the Corporate Veil.”
  4. Michael Risch’s provocatively-titled paper “Sue First, Negotiate Later.”
  5. Larry Solum on “Artificially Intelligent Law.”
  6. D. A. Jeremy Telman on “John Marshall’s Constitution.”

Two notes: I stumbled upon these sundry scholarly papers via my Twitter feed. (Your Twitter feed is only as good as the persons you follow!) Also, all of these fascinating research papers may be downloaded free of charge via the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), though SSRN now makes you log into their platform in order to access their database of free papers.

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About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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