Confronting Complexity, Valuing Elegance
These opening remarks to 106th Annual Meeting for the American Society of International Law, first, explore what it means for something to be a complexity and, second, suggest how we as scholars and advisors should pursue something that does not come naturally to lawyers, namely that we should pursue elegance in the face of complexity.
David D. Caron. "Confronting Complexity, Valuing Elegance" Proceedings of the 106th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (2013).
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