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Buffalo Law Review

Essay Collection: Classcrits

Front Matter

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Table of Contents
Buffalo Law Review

Essays

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Introducing ClassCrits: From Class Blindness to a Critical Legal Analysis of Economic Inequality
Athena D. Mutua

PART I. Thinking Through Law's Questions of Class, Economics, and Inequality

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Getting Class
Laura T. Kessler

PART I. Thinking Through Law's Questions of Class, Economics, and Inequality

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Race and Class: More than a Liberal Paradox
Maria Grahn-Farley

PART I. Thinking Through Law's Questions of Class, Economics, and Inequality

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The Colorline as Capital Accumulation
Anthony Paul Farley

PART I. Thinking Through Law's Questions of Class, Economics, and Inequality

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On The Many Flavors of Capitalism or Reflections on Schumpeter's Ghost
John Henry Schlegel

PART I. Thinking Through Law's Questions of Class, Economics, and Inequality

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Human Rights and Powerlessness: Pathologies of Choice and Substance
Makau Mutua

PART I. Thinking Through Law's Questions of Class, Economics, and Inequality

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Constitutionalizing Class Inequality: Due Process in State Farm
Martha T. McCluskey
PART II. Constructing a Story of Law and Class: Cases, Statutes, and Foundational Readings

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Of Service Workers, Contracting Out, Joint Employment, Legal Consciousness, and the University of Miami
Kenneth M. Casebeer
PART II. Constructing a Story of Law and Class: Cases, Statutes, and Foundational Readings

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Class Conflicts of Law I: Unilateral Worker Lawmaking versus Unilateral Employer Lawmaking in the U.S. Workplace
James Gray Pope
PART II. Constructing a Story of Law and Class: Cases, Statutes, and Foundational Readings

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Short Notes on Teaching about the Micro-Politics of Class, with Examples from Torts and Employment Law Casebooks
Susan Carle and Michelle Lapointe
PART II. Constructing a Story of Law and Class: Cases, Statutes, and Foundational Readings

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Bourdieu and American Legal Education: How Law Schools Reproduce Social Stratification and Class Hierarchy
Lucille A. Jewel
PART II. Constructing a Story of Law and Class: Cases, Statutes, and Foundational Readings

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