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WILLIAM B. EWALD Professor of Law and Philosophy recently delivered “What’s So Special About the American Legal System?” as the Quinlan Memorial Lecture at Oklahoma City University.
Cumberland and the Reform of Natural Law, in Jahrbuch fhr Recht und Ethik (2000)

Hilbert on the Foundations of Mathematics and Natural Science, eds. Michael Hallett, Ulrich Majer, and Wilfried Sieg (Springer Verlag, 2000)

Comment on Gerald Postema in Proceedings of Sofia Conference on Philosophy of Law and of Politics (Forthcoming 2001)

Two Men on a Plank, Legal Theory (Forthcoming 2001)

Rational Temptation in Practical Reason and Preference: Essays for David Gauthier eds. Chris Morris & Arthur Ripstein (Cambridge University Press, 2000)

The Inefficiency of Mens Rea in “The Morality of Criminal Law: Symposium in Honor of Sanford Kadish” 88 California Law Review 895 (2000)

Positivism and the Notion of an Offense, 88 California Law Review 335 (2000)

Lack of a Voluntary Act in Criminal Law Theory ed. Steve Shute (Oxford University Press, 2001)

What is Crime? in Encyclopedia of Crime and Criminal Justice (McMillan Press, 2001)

DOUGLAS N. FRENKEL Practice Professor of Law and Clinical Director gave a workshop on Negotiation in March, and consulted on professional responsibility teaching at the University of Sydney Faculty of Law in Australia. He also spoke on “Trends in U.S. Clinical Legal Education” at a faculty workshop at the Law School of the City University of Hong Kong.
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