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November 10, 2004

NYU Journal of Law and Liberty

The new journal describes itself as "dedicated to providing a forum for the critical discussion of classical liberal legal scholarship. It will include articles on the nature of rules and order, legal philosophy, theories of rights and liberty, constitutional law, jurisprudence, legal history, and historical and contemporary legislation." On Nov. 19 it will hold a symposium at NYU on "Private Property in the 21st Century" with such notables as Richard Epstein, Jan Narveson, Ilya Somin and Joseph Salerno.

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