by Daniel Roland Anderson
You know Curt, as Iâve been ruminating on this issue for the last year (I canât believe Ive been following you that long already!), and I find myself becoming frustrated and angry at how much different things could be with a Propertarian law school curriculum.
And Iâll bet the results would be highly durable, because the longer you went, the more naturally things would flow.
The civil court case load would drop drastically I think. And the vastly more predictable results would make it much less likely that parties would take their cases to court, because any Propertarian lawyer would be able to tell his client very quickly what is likely to happen.
(CD: made my month … ’cause EXACTLY.)