This is the sort of self-promoting post that is almost embarrassing to share but for the privilege of being the blog editor. I have two small property-related responses to articles have now been published and since both do have a connection with poverty law, I decided to share them here:
- Ezra Rosser, The Political Possibilities of Reparations, 1 Law and Social Inquiry Forum 20 (2015) (responding to a critique by Greg Alexander on land reparations tied to past wrongs).
- Ezra Rosser, Property Law, Law & Economics, and Means for Reaching Distributive Goals, JOTWELL (Nov. 23, 2015) (reviewing Lee Anne Fennell & Richard H. McAdams, The Distributive Deficit in Law and Economics, Minn. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2015)) [for reasons given in the above link, I think this article is worth checking out as a response to conservative law and economics’ approaches].