Readings in Legal Thought
Students read works representing varieties of modern legal thought, which may include empirical legal studies, economic analysis of law, legal history, comparative law, and studies of the legal profession. For the Fall 2020 semester only, readings will be in the areas of economic competition and economic regulation. The course will not meet weekly but will meet on assigned dates over the course of the semester as determined by the instructor. For each meeting students submit a brief reaction paper (5-6 pages) and read each other's reaction papers, on the basis of which two or three student volunteers will prepare a discussion outline in advance of the meeting.