Conflict of Laws Outlines
This outline covers two major areas in conflict of laws: Recognitions of Judgments and Choice of Law as taught by Professor John C. Harrison using the textbook published by West. Two of the students who contributed to the outline received an A in the course.The outline covers both the historical state of conflicts law, as well as significant changes that have occurred in some states. The outline covers the evolution of state law, as well as the views of various legal scholars (e.g., Currie, Kramer, Laycock, etc.) that have influenced the state of the law. Context, criticisms, and policy implications, as well as Prof. Harrison's commentary are included where relevant. Cases are identified by name as well as jurisdiction and page number for the purpose of clarity.
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