Abstract

This is the second of two studies of the extent to which the constitutional prohibitions against discrimination limit the freedom of state courts in deciding conflict-of-laws cases. For an introductory statement of the considerations giving rise to the study see Currie & Schreter, Unconstitutional Discrimination in the Conflict of Laws: Privileges and Immunities, 69 Yale L.J. 1323 (1960).

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