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Kerry AbramsPROFESSOR KERRY ABRAMS' scholarship points out that immigration and family life are closely intertwined, and that regulation of one inevitably becomes regulation of the other.
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Albert Choi PROFESSOR ALBERT CHOI'S rigorous training in game theory enables him to uncover incentive structures embedded within legal rules and contractual conventions.
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John JeffriesPROFESSOR JOHN JEFFRIES is one of the nation's most influential and clear-sighted scholars in the fields of criminal law, federal courts, and civil rights litigation. His work seeks to understand how seemingly disparate doctrines and practices cohere to create systems of social control.
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