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EDWARD L. RUBIN Professor of Law is the Secretary-Elect of the Academic Senate. He co-organized the University of Pennsylvania Law School’s Sesquicentennial Year Edward V. Sparer Symposium on “Law Reform and Social Movements.” The papers presented at the symposium will appear in Volume 150 of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.
Getting Past Democracy, 149 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 711 (2001)

The Inevitability of Rehabilitation, 19 Minnesota Journal of Law & Inequality 343 (2001)

Legal Scholarship, in The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (Pergamon, 2001)

Puppy Federalism and the Blessings of America, 574 Annals 37 (2001)

Responsive Law and the Judicial Process (co-author Malcolm Feeley), in Legality in Institutions and Society: Essays in Honor of Philip Selznick, eds. Kenneth Winston & Robert Post (University of California Press, 2001)

The New Legal Process Movement and the Limits of Law (Book Review), 3 Jurist 7 (online journal at jurist.law.pitt.edu) (October, 2000)

Scholars, Judges and Phenomenology: Comments Ontamanaha’s Realistic Social-Legal Theory (Symposium): Law, Social Science, and Pragmatism, 32 Camden-Rutgers Law Journal 241 (2000)

Types of Contracts, Interventions of Law, 45 The Wayne Law Review 1903 (2000)

XML and the Legal Foundations for Electronic Commerce: Computer Language as Networks and Power Structures: Governing the Development of XML 53 Southern Methodist University Law Review 1447 (2000)

DAVID RUDOVSKY Senior Fellow
Pennsylvania Criminal Procedure: Law, Commentary and Forms (West Group, 2001) (2001)

Law Enforcement by Stereotypes and Serendipity: Racial Profiling and Stops and Searches Without Cause, 3 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 296 (2001)

The Law of Arrest, Search and Seizure in Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania Bar Institute Press, 2001)

 
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