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Professor Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl's Against Mix-And-Match Lawmaking -- a response to Tillman's Noncontemporaneous Lawmaking

Seth Barrett Tillman

Abstract

Tillman's opening article appeared at: Tillman, Noncontemporaneous Lawmaking, 16 Cornell J. of Law & Public Policy 331 (2007). Professor Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl's response appeared at: Bruhl, Response, Against Mix-And-Match Lawmaking, 16 Cornell J. of Law & Public Policy 349 (2007). Tillman's reply appeared at: Tillman, Reply, Defending the (Not So) Indefensible, 16 Cornell J. of Law & Public Policy 363 (2007).

A link to Professor Bruhl's response appears below.

[June 6, 2011]

Suggested Citation

Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl, Response, Against Mix-and-Match Lawmaking, 16 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 349 (2007), available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=932574.

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Citation List to Professor Bruhl's Against Mix-And-Match Lawmaking