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Wonnell, Chris

Journal Articles

  • "The Contractual Disempowerment of Employees" in 46 Stanford Law Review 87 (1993)
  • "The Influential Myth of a Generalized Conflict of Interests Between Labor and Management" in 81 Georgetown Law Journal 39 (1992)
  • "Problems in the Application of Political Philosophy to Law" in 86 Michigan Law Review 123 (1987)