Hot off the press: Law’s Information Revolution

Larry Ribstein —  11 December 2011

You’ve seen the blog posts (e.g., here) and the working paper.  Now you can get the published article here.  Let me know if you want a reprint.

Larry Ribstein


Professor of Law, University of Illinois College of Law

One response to Hot off the press: Law’s Information Revolution



    A thorough and useful framework which takes the debate and analysis much further on.

    I suspect the 3rd category of legal innovation as securitisable assets is actually a lot further on than the simple litigation cost funder roles that are emerging.

    I particularly enjoyed the counter intuitive/economics explanation for why more regulation delivers worse results for consumers. In the UK the current bubble is based around those who preach de-regulation but practice protectionism.

    Keep ‘positing’ – it helps.