Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Class in Cases

I have written here and elsewhere about the pervasive impact of class on virtually everything from hiring to recruitment to the impact on minorities and women. Miriam Cherry in an insightful article discusses class in well-know contracts cases. 28 Pace L. Rev. 235 (2008). Any contracts professor or present or past contracts student will enjoy this article even if not in full agreement. Class remains the elephant in the room that no law faculty will address because it leads to questioning the legitimacy of a great deal of what goes on in law schools.

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