This text explores a new way of looking at law, not as something that can be changed only through cumbersome political and legislative processes or avoided by physical movement, but as something that can be shopped for in a market
Contents; 1. Introduction: Shopping for Law in a Shrinking World; 2. Policy Arguments; 3. Choice-of-Law Principles; 4. The Creation of a Law Market; 5. Arbitration and the Law Market; 6. The Corporate Law Market; 7. Consumer Contracts; 8. Marriage and Other Social Issues; 9. Property; 10. A Federal Choice-of-Law Statute; 11. Summary and Implications; Notes; Index.
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