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STEPHEN R. PERRY John J. O’Brien Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy presented “Equality, Fairness, and Foresight” to an Author-Meets-Critics session on Arthur Ripstein’s recent book Equality, Responsibility, and the Law at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, held in San Francisco in March 2001. In February, Perry presented “Hart’s Methodological Positivism” at a Colloquium on Legal and Political Philosophy hosted by Professor Ronald Dworkin at University College London. In January, Perry chaired the Jurisprudence Section Meeting at the American Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting held in San Francisco. The theme of the session was “New Directions in Analytic Jurisprudence.” Perry presented “Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Negligence Standard” to the John W. Wade Conference on the Third Restatement of Torts, held at Vanderbilt University in September 2000. The paper has since been published in the Vanderbilt Law Review. He delivered “Outcome-Responsibility and Capacity” to a Conference on Responsibility and Luck held at Columbia Law School in March 2000. A revised version will be published in a volume entitled “Relating to Responsibility: New Essays for Tony Honore.” He presented “Is a Descriptive Theory of Law Possible?” to a Conference on “Nature and Methods of Legal Philosophy,” also held at Columbia Law School in March 2001.
Hart’s Methodological Positivism, in Hart’s Postscript, ed. Jules Coleman, (Oxford University Press, 2001)

Responsibility for Outcomes, Risk, and the Law of Torts, in Philosophy and the Law of Torts, ed. Gerald Postema, (Cambridge University Press: Forthcoming 2001)

Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Negligence Standard (Symposium), 54 Vanderbilt Law Review 893 (2001)

Holmes v. Hart: The Bad Man in Legal Theory, in The Path of the Law and Its Influence, ed. Steven Burton, (Cambridge University Press, 2000)

The Relationship between Corrective and Distributive Justice, in Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence, 4th series, ed. Jeremy Horder, (Oxford University Press, 2000)

CURTIS REITZ Algernon Sydney Biddle Professor of Law, together with Professor Charles W. Mooney, Jr. and Professor Steven Harris, has completed a new edition of Professor John Honnold’s classic casebook on Sales and Sales Financing. The Sales part, by Professor Reitz, expands the coverage of the UNCITRAL Convention on Contracts for International Sales of Goods. The Secured Financing part, by Professor Mooney and Professor Harris, is founded on Revised UCC Article 9, which took effect in most States on July 1, 2001. Professors Mooney and Harris were the Reporters for the drafting of new Article 9. The two parts are published as independent books. In the coming year, the two parts will be merged into a combined work.
 
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