J.W. Long Law Library



Cohen, William, "Fault and the Automobile Accident: The Lost Issue in California," 12 UCLA LAW REVIEW 164 (1964).

Fenske, Patricia K., Note, "Oregon's Hostility to Policy Arguments: Heino v. Harper and the Abolition of Interspousal Immunity," 68  OREGON LAW REVIEW 197 (1989).

Fletcher, George P., "Fairness and Utility in Tort Theory," 85 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 537 (1972).

Forrell, Caroline, A., "Replacing Pragmatism and Policy with Analysis and Analogy:  Justice Linde's Contribution to Oregon Tort Law," 70 OREGON LAW REVIEW 815 (1991). 

Keeton, Robert E., "Creative Continuity in the Law of Torts," 75 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 463 (1962).

Linde, Hans A., "Courts and Torts: 'Public Policy' Without Public Politics?" 28 VALPARAISO LAW REVIEW 821 (1994).

Maleson, Diane Carter, "Negligence is Dead But its Doctrine Rule us from the Grave: A Proposal to Limit Defendants' Responsibility in Strict Products Liability Actions Without Resort to Proximate Cause," 51 TEMPLE LAW QUARTERLY 1 (1978).

Morris, Clarence, "Hazardous Enterprises and Risk Bearing Capacity," 61  YALE LAW JOURNAL 1172 (1952).

O'Connell, Kenneth J., "A Postmortem Footnote Upon the Demise of the Fazzolari Error," 72  OREGON LAW REVIEW 933 (1993).

O'Connell, Kenneth J., "Ruminations on Oregon Negligence Law," 24 WILLAMETTE LAW REVIEW 385 (1988).

Siliciano, John A., "Negligent Accounting and the Limits of Instrumental Tort Reform," 86 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 1929 (1931).

Sugarman, Stephen D., "Doing Away With Tort Law," 73 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 555 (1985).