Schoenbaum, Naomi, Brigham Young University Law Review
Geographic mobility is a celebrated feature of American life. Deciding where to live is seen not only as a key personal freedom, but also a means of economic advancement. Millions of Americans move each year over great distances. But while this right to travel is safeguarded by the Constitution, these mobility decisions are not entirely free. In terms of the decision to move long distances, employment and family reasons are central, and a regime of employment and family law "mobility measures" play a significant role in regulating why and how we move. This Article first sets forth this new framework of "mobility measures," which are constituted by employment law sorting (moving across …
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Publication information: Article title: Mobility Measures. Contributors: Schoenbaum, Naomi - Author. Journal title: Brigham Young University Law Review. Volume: 2012. Issue: 4 Publication date: July 1, 2012. Page number: 1169+. © Brigham Young University, Reuben Clark Law School 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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