Emory Law Journal

Articles from Vol. 62, No. 6, 2013

Beyond School Finance: Refocusing Education Reform Litigation to Realize the Deferred Dream of Education Equality and Adequacy
ABSTRACTThe academic achievement gap between poor, minority students and their wealthier white peers has been one of the most troubling and persistent policy problems in the United States throughout its history. For the past forty years, education reformers...
Long-Term Contracting the Way to Renewable Energy Investment: Lessons from Brazil Applied to the United States
AbstractFostering development of a renewable energy industry is critical to ensuring energy security and sustained economic development. The United States recently lost its status as global leader in new financial investment in renewable energy, while...
Looking at the Monopsony in the Mirror
INTRODUCTIONAlthough still a distant second to monopoly, buyer power and monopsony are hot topics in the competition community.1 The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD),2 International Competition Network (ICN),3 and American...
Precedent and Reliance
Among the most prevalent justifications for deference to judicial precedent is the protection of reliance interests. The theory is that when judicial pronouncements have engendered significant reliance, there should be a meaningful presumption against...
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