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Edwin H. Woodruff Professor of Law, Emeritus
Articles
"Bats and Owls and the Insane Moon: The Search for the Republic's Unwritten Constitution," 36 Villanova Law Review 1559-68 (1991).
"Real Property," 41 Syracuse Law Review 489-97 (1990).
"Reregulation, the Global Environment, and Ignorance Equals Pessimism: A Tory Perspective," 45 Washington and Lee Law Review 1345-54(1988).
"Judicial Notice: An Essay Concerning Human Misunderstanding," 61 Washington Law Review 1435-47 (1986).
"Mining With Mr. Justice Holmes," 39 Vanderbilt Law Review 287-304 (1986).
"Property," 34 Syracuse Law Review 371-80 (1983).
"Property," 33 Syracuse Law Review 441-56 (1982).
"Property," 32 Syracuse Law Review 455-66 (1981).
"The New Frontier," 31 Syracuse Law Review 685-718 (1980).
"Property," 31 Syracuse Law Review 403-11 (1980).
"Property," 30 Syracuse Law Review 367-84 (1979).
"Property," 29 Syracuse Law Review 421-39 (1978).
"An Easterner's Reflections on Colorado Land Use Issues," 48 University of Colorado Law Review 399-417 (1977).
"Property," 28 Syracuse Law Review 353-65 (1977).
"Property," 27 Syracuse Law Review 387-99 (1976).
"Judicial Notice: An Exercise in Exorcism" 19 New York Law Forum 745-59 (1974).
"The Right to a Decent Environment; E=MCē: Environment Equals Man Times Courts Redoubling Their Efforts," 55 Cornell Law Review 674-706 (1970).
"A Eulogy for the Old Property," 20 Maine Law Review 15-48 (1968).
"From Common Law Logic-Chopper to Land-Use Planner: Eulogy for the Lawyer as Social Engineer," 53 Cornell Law Review 957-1008 (1968).
"The Case of the Unwary Home Buyer: The Housing Merchant Did It," 52 Cornell Law Quarterly 835-70 (1967).
"Natural Law Demythologized: A Functional Theory of Norms for a Revolutionary Epoch," 51 Cornell Law Quarterly 656-77 (1966).
"The Reapportionment Cases: Cognitive Lag, The Malady and Its Cure," 27 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 633-52 (1966).
"Negligence: Blackstone to Shaw to ? An Intellectual Escapade in a Tory Vein," 50 Cornell Law Quarterly 191-216 (1965).
"A Rule is a Rule Because it is the Rule: Intellectual Crises in Conflict of Laws," 9 Villanova Law Review 200-10 (1964).
"Title Insurance: State Regulation and the Public Perspective," 39 Indiana Law Journal 1-28 (1963).
"Law and Literature: The Contemporary Image of the Lawyer," 6 Villanova Law Review 451-79 (1961).
"Paradoxes in Law Enforcement," 52 The Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science 224-28 (1961).
"Presumptions: Phenomena on the Periphery," 6 Villanova Law Review 159-78 (1960/61).
"An Introduction to the Study of Presumptions, Con't," 4 Villanova Law Review 475-97 (1958/59).
"An Introduction to the Study of Presumptions," 4 Villanova Law Review 1-36 (1958/59).
Book Reviews
Review of Fernand Braudel, The Perspective of the World, 70 Cornell Law Review 1213-26 (1985).
Review of Harold J. Berman, Law and Revolution: The Formation of the Western Legal Tradition, 69 Cornell Law Review 1119-28 (1984).
Review of Curtis J. Berger, Land Ownership and Use: Cases, Statutes and Other Materials, 54 Cornell Law Review 314-22 (1969).
Review of W. Barton Leach, Property Law Indicted!, 53 Cornell Law Review 163-70 (1967).