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MATTHEW ADLER Professor of Law was a participant at the Analytical Legal Philosophy Conference in April. In December, Adler presented “Expressive Theories of Law” at a Faculty Workshop at UCLA Law School. In October 2000, he participated in roundtables on “Principles of Fairness versus Human Welfare” at the University of San Diego Law School and Columbia University Law School. He provided a comment at the University of Maryland Law School’s Conference “The Expressive Dimension of Governmental Action.” He was a participant in a conference on Constitutional Law sponsored by the University of Virginia Law School last September.
Risk, Death and Time: A Comment on Judge Williams’ Defense of Cost-Benefit Analysis, 53 Administrative Law Review 271 (2001)

State Sovereignty and the Anticommandeering Cases, 574 American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 158 (2001)

Beyond Efficiency and Procedure: A Welfarist Theory of Regulation (Symposium): Issue on Regulatory Theory and Administrative Law, 28 Florida State University Law Review 241 (2000)

Cost-Benefit Analysis: Legal, Economic and Philosophic Perspectives (co-author Eric Posner) (University of Chicago Press, 2000)

Expressive Theories of Law: A Skeptical Overview, 148 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1363 (2000)

Implementing Cost-Benefit Analysis When Preferences Are Distorted (co-author Eric Posner), 29 University of Chicago Journal of Legal Studies 1105 (2000)

Introduction, 19 University of Chicago Journal of Legal Studies 837 (2000)

Linguistic Meaning, Non-Linguistic ‘Expression’ and the Multiple Variants of Expressivism: A Response to Professors Anderson and Pildes, 148 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1577 (2000)

Personal Rights and Rule-Dependence: Can the Two Coexist? 6 Legal Theory 337 (2000)

The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory (book review), Philosophy in Review (2000)

A Response to Professor Fallon, 113 Harvard Law Review 1371 (2000)

Rights and Rules: An Overview, 6 Legal Theory 241 (2000)

 
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