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Kristin M. Madison, Assistant Professor of Law

  • “Effects of Anti-Kickback and Anti-Referral Laws on the Health Care Industry” (Forthcoming)
  • “The Role of Hospital-Physician Affiliations in the Market for Medical Care” (Forthcoming)
  • “Government, Signaling, and Social Norms: A Review of Law and Social Norms” 3 University of Illinois Law Review (2001)
  • “Threatening Inefficient Performance,” co-author Ian Ayres, 44 European Economic Review (2000)

Bruce H. Mann, Professor of Law and History, delivered the keynote address, “Failure in the Land of the Free,” to the 21st annual conference of the Australia and New Zealand Law and History Society in Katoomba, Australia in July 2002. In April, he presented “The Politics of Insolvency in the Early Republic” to the University of Pennsylvania Economic History Forum held in Philadelphia. Mann addressed the 20th Annual Bankruptcy Conference of the University of Texas School of Law Continuing Legal Education Program on “Failure in the Land of the Free: Debtors’ Prison and the First Bankruptcy Act,” in November 2001 in Austin, Texas. He chaired a panel on “Discourse, Authority, and Allegiance” at the Conference on New World Orders: Violence, Sanction, and Authority in the Early Modern Americas, 1500-1825 in the previous October. Also, he finished his three-year term as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Society for Legal History, but continues as chair of the Society’s Publications Committee, which oversees the Society’s journal, the Law and History Review, and the Studies in Legal History, a book series which the Society sponsors with the University of North Carolina Press. Along with Christopher L. Tomlins of the American Bar Foundation, Mann organized “The Many Legalities of Early America” Conference for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. The conference papers were compiled and published in volume with the same title which he co-edited. He continues to serve as a member of the Board of Directors and chair of the Publications Committee for the American Society for Legal History, and as a member of the Advisory Council of the McNeil Center for Early American Studies.

  • Republic of Debtors: Bankruptcy in the Age of American Independence (Harvard University Press, 2002)
  • The Many Legalities of Early America, ed., with Christopher L. Tomlins (University of North Carolina Press, 2001)
  • Neighbors and Strangers: Law and Community in Early Connecticut (University of North Carolina Press, paperback ed., 2001 [originally pub. 1987])
  • “Law, Economy, and Society in Early New England,” Yale Law Journal, 111 (2002), 1869-1880
  • “The Death and Transfiguration of Early American Legal History,” (Afterword) in The Many Legalities of Early America, eds. Bruce H. Mann and Christopher L. Tomlins (University North Carolina Press, 2000)
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