FAN 19.1 (First Amendment News) — Media Scholar Named Next Dean of GW Law School

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  1. Lawrence Cunningham says:

    Ron,
    Thanks for sending out such a great announcement. We at GW are delighted by the appointment of Dean Morant. Since you highlighted his media law scholarship, I figured I’d add a partial list of his contract law scholarship. I note that I was familiar with some of this work before the Dean search process, became more familiar with it during it, and then provided a more detailed assessment for GW colleagues.
    Larry

    Contracts in Context and Contract as Context, 45 Wake Forest L. Rev. 549 (2010) (with Larry DiMatteo) (Symposium – Contracts in Context: Identity, Power, and Contractual Justice).

    Visions of Contract Theory – Critical Aspects of Contract Doctrine (Carolina Press 2007).

    The Salience of Power in the Regulation of Bargains: Procedural Unconscionability and the Importance of Context, 206 Mich. St. L. Rev. 925 (2007) (Symposium: Power, Inequality and the Bargain).

    The Quest for Bargains in an Age of Contractual Formalism: Strategic Initiatives for Small Businesses, 7 J. Small & Emerging Bus. L. Rev. 233 (2003) (Symposium -The Eighth Annual Lewis & Clark Business Law Forum: The Role of Law in Small Business Transactions).

    Law, Literature, and Contract: An Essay in Realism, 4 Mich. J. of Race and Law 1(1998) [Lead Article].

    The Teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Contract Theory: An Intriguing Comparison, 50 Ala. L. Rev. 63 (1998) (Symposium – Dr. Martin Luther King’s Life in Proactive Engagement: The Lawyer As Social Activist in the Community).

    The Relevance of Race and Disparity in Discussions of Contract Law, 30 New England L. Rev. 889 (1997) (Symposium – Critical Race Perspectives for the New Millennium).

    Contractual Rules and Terms and the Maintenance of Bargains: The Case of the Fledgling Writer, 18 Hastings Comm. & Ent. L.J. 753 (1996).

    Contracts Limiting Liability: A Paradox With Tacit Solutions, 69 Tulane L. Rev. 715 (1995).