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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). [JSTOR]

  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). [HeinOnline]

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

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

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

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

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

  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). [HeinOnline]