San Diego Law Review


Lynne L. Dallas

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Symposium Article


This Article is Dallas's explanation of the role of socioeconomics in the course she has developed to each law and public policy from a socioeconomics perspective. Dallas's course, which parallels the law and economics courses offered elsewhere, introduces socioeconomics perspectives on concepts of fairness and well-being, and then applies them to a broad range of issues from discrimination to globalization, from family law to corporate regulation. Dallas explains how a separate course in socioeconomics may be essential to underscore its importance as a distinct methodological approach.

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