Gerald B. Wetlaufer

Gerald B. Wetlaufer

Position: 

Professor of Law Emeritus

Biographical Information

Publications

Books

Gerald B. Wetlaufer. Forms of Argument and Systems of Belief in American Law. [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2012.
Gerald B. Wetlaufer. Theories of Law in Contemporary America. [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2000.
Gerald B. Wetlaufer. Civil Procedure Handbook 2000. [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2000.

Articles

Gerald B. Wetlaufer, “Systems of Belief in Modern American Law: A View from Century's End,” 49 American University Law Review 1 (1999), 79 pages.
Gerald B. Wetlaufer, “Gunmen, Straw Men, and Indeterminacy: H.L.A. Hart, John Austin, and the Concept of Law,” 82 Iowa Law Review 1487 (1997), 14 pages.
Gerald B. Wetlaufer, “The Limits of Integrative Bargaining,” 85 Georgetown Law Journal 369 (1996), 26 pages.
Gerald B. Wetlaufer, “Rhetoric and Its Denial in Legal Discourse,” 76 Virginia Law Review 1545 (1990), 53 pages.
Gerald B. Wetlaufer, “Justifying Secrecy: An Objection to the General Deliberative Privilege,” 65 Indiana Law Journal 845 (1990), 80 pages.
Gerald B. Wetlaufer, “The Ethics of Lying in Negotiations,” 75 Iowa Law Review 1219 (1990), 54 pages.

Book Reviews

Gerald B. Wetlaufer, Review of Regulating Big Business: Antitrust in Great Britain and America, 1880 - 1990, by Tony Allan Freyer, with E. Scott Maynes. 8 Review of Industrial Organization 635 (1993), 4 pages.