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Faculty Publications

Donald H. Gjerdingen
Professor of Law
  1. Justice Yetka and Environmental Law, in ESSAYS IN HONOR OF JUSTICE YETKA. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, 1997.

  2. Book Review. Kahn, The Supreme Court and Constitutional Theory: 1953-1993, 110 POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY 138 (1995).

  3. A Primer on the Legal Significance of Science: The Case of the New Law at Risk, in THE LAW AS LABORATORY: THE ROLE OF SCIENCE IN EVIDENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW. Indianapolis: ICLEF, 1994.

  4. Recent Developments in Constitutional Law, in THE YEAR IN REVIEW. Indianapolis: ICLEF, 1994.

  5. The Future of Our Past: The Legacy of Classical Common-Law Thought, 68 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 743 (1993).

  6. The Future of Legal Scholarship and the Search for a Modern Theory of Law, 35 BUFFALO LAW REVIEW 381 (1986).

  7. Intergenerational Condemnation, 21 TULSA LAW JOURNAL 419 (1986).

  8. The Politics of the Coase Theorem and Its Relationship to Modern Legal Thought, 35 BUFFALO LAW REVIEW 871 (1986).

  9. The Coase Theorem and the Psychology of Common-Law Thought, 57 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 711 (1983).

  10. Book Review. Columbia Law Review, et al., A Uniform System of Citation, 12th ed., 4 WILLIAM MITCHELL LAW REVIEW 499 (1978).

  11. Note. The Minnesota Recreational Use Statute: A Preliminary Analysis, 3 WILLIAM MITCHELL LAW REVIEW 117 (1977).

  12. Note. The Minnesota Tax Title: An Argument for Its Marketability—The 1874 Forfeiture System from a 1974 Perspective, 1 WILLIAM MITCHELL LAW REVIEW 1 (1974).