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In mapping out what these imperatives might mean—such as limited discretionary power, limited implied powers, a need to engage in fair dealing with all parties, and an obligation to serve at all times the interests of the Constitutions beneficiaries—Lawson and Seidman offer a clearer picture of the original design for a limited government.
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Lawson and Seidman on "Understanding the Fiduciary Constitution"
Recently released by the University Press of Kansas: "A Great Power of Attorney": Understanding the Fiduciary Constitution (May 2017), by Gary Lawson (Boston University School of Law) and Guy Seidman (Radzyner School of Law, The Interdisciplinary Center). A description from the Press: