Philip Frickey: An Annotated Bibliography

21 Oct 2010 10:51am Leah C. Granger and Dean C. Rowan 

Philip Frickey began his academic career when he joined the University of Minnesota Law School in 1983—this after spending a few years in private practice and, before that, clerking for Judge John Minor Wisdom of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and Justice Thurgood Marshall of the U.S. Supreme Court. At Minnesota, Frickey began his long-term collaboration with fellow professor Daniel Farber. Frickey and Farber published two books and eight articles together, beginning with their groundbreaking article "The Jurisprudence of Public Choice."

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