Cornell Law Review Volume 91 Issue 3

Bankruptcy and State Collections: The Case of the Missing Garnishments

Recent bankruptcy reforms were spurred in part by a bankruptcy filing rate that has more than doubled in the last ten years and that has risen by approximately six hundred percent over the last generation. Some attribute this surge in filings to Americans’ greater willingness to avoid debts by declaring bankruptcy. Most academics, however, argue that more Americans are […]

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The American Transformation of Waste Doctrine: A Pluralist Interpretation

This Article draws on an episode of nineteenth-century American doctrinal history to develop a pluralist approach to explaining changes in property law. It addresses the question: What causes account for the development of property regimes across time? The courts’ answer emerges from examination of nineteenth-century American reform of the law of waste, which governs the changes tenants may […]

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Real Cities, Ideal Cities: Proposing a Test of Intrinsic Fairness for Contested Development Exactions

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Sisyphus in a Coal Mine: Responses to Slave Labor in Japan and the United States

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Reasoning By Analogy

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