About This Episode
We talk with Greg Klass about the use of recent empirical studies to aid in the restatement of the law of consumer contracts - the one-sided, unread "agreements" that are ubiquitous in modern life. The conversation covers the purpose of restatements, the methodology of empirical legal scholarship, and more.
This show’s links:
- Greg Klass's faculty profile and writing
- Greg Klass, A Critical Assessment of the Empiricism in the Restatement of Consumer Contract Law
- Oral Argument 133: Too Many Darn Radio Buttons (guest Jim Gibson)
- John Gruber, Apple to Release Software Update to Solve iOS 11 Issue When Typing the Letter "I"
- About the ALI's draft Restatement of Consumer Contracts
- Oren Bar-Gill, Omri Ben-Shahar, and Florencia Marotta-Wurgler, Searching for the Common Law: The Quantitative Approach of the Restatement of Consumer Contracts
- Florencia Marotta-Wurgler, Does Contract Disclosure Matter?; Yannis Bakos, Florencia Marotta-Wurgler, David Trossen, Does Anyone Read the Fine Print? Consumer Attention to Standard Form Contracts
- Arthur Leff, Contract as Thing
- William Baude, Adam Chilton, and Anup Malani, Making Doctrinal Work More Rigorous: Lessons from Systematic Reviews
- Gregory Klass and Kathryn Zeiler, Against Endowment Theory: Experimental Economics and Legal Scholarship