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Publications at Penn Law

The Penn Law faculty are engaged in a wide array of scholarship in traditional, cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge areas of inquiry. This newly created section of our website, which we will continue to populate in the months ahead, gives you access and the ability to search current and earlier work.

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15 publications matched your search.

A Theory of Loopholes, 39 J. LEGAL STUD. 1 (2010).
Author:  Leo Katz

Before and After: Temporal Anomalies in Legal Doctrine, 151 U. PA. L. REV. 863 (2003).
Author:  Leo Katz

Choice, Consent and Cycling:The Hidden Limitations of Consent, 104 MICH. L. REV. 627 (2006).
Author:  Leo Katz

Comments on Scott Shapiro, in 1 LEGAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 217 (Enrique Villanueva ed., 2002).
Author:  Leo Katz

Complicity and the Murderous Judge, in CRIMINAL LAW STORIES (R. Weissberg ed., 2008).
Author:  Leo Katz

Contrived Defenses and Deterrent Threats: Two Facets of One Problem, 5 OHIO ST. J. CRIM. L. 479 (2008) (with Claire Finkelstein).
Author:  Leo Katz

Duress, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE (MacMillan Press 2002).
Author:  Leo Katz

FOUNDATIONS OF THE CRIMINAL LAW, ed. with Stephen Morse and Michael Moore (New York: Oxford University Press 1999).
Authors:  Leo Katz and Stephen J. Morse

In Defense of Tax Shelters, 26 VA. TAX REV. 799 (2007).
Author:  Leo Katz

Justification and Harm in Negligence, 4 THEORETICAL INQUIRY L. 397 (2003).
Author:  Leo Katz

The Prerequisites of Responsibility: Comments on Antony Duff, 2 OHIO ST. J. CRIM. L. 463 (2005).
Author:  Leo Katz

Villainy and Felony, 6 BUFF. CRIM. L. REV. 100, Symposium on "The New Culpability" (2002).
Author:  Leo Katz

Villainy and Felony: A Problem Concerning Criminaliztion, 6 BUFF. CRIM. L. REV. 451 (2003).
Author:  Leo Katz

WHY THE LAW IS SO PERVERSE (Univ. of Chicago Press, 2011).
Author:  Leo Katz

What to Compensate? Some Surprisingly Unappreciated Reasons Why the Problem Is So Hard, 40 U. SAN DIEGO L. REV. 1345, symposium on Harms, Baselines and Counterfactuals (2003).
Author:  Leo Katz