Tempering Power

8 Pages Posted: 10 Oct 2019

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Errol Meidinger

University at Buffalo Law School

Date Written: October 2019

Abstract

This Forward introduces a special issue of the Buffalo Law Review on “Tempering Power” in contemporary legal institutions. Led by John Braithwaite’s analysis of what tempering power would mean for governance of the financial sector, the issue includes articles by Mary Anne Bobinski on health law, Susan Bibler Coutin on immigration law, Heinz Klug on transformative constitutionalism, Martin Krygier on the concept of tempering power, Kwai Hang Ng on Chinese law, Nimer Sultany on liberal legalism, David Westbrook and Mark Maguire on rejuvenating agencies, and Peer Zumbansen on resuscitating socio-legal theory.

Keywords: bureaucracy, capitalism, China, financial law, governance, health law, immigration, rule of law, social justice, socio-legal theory

Suggested Citation

Meidinger, Errol, Tempering Power (October 2019). 67 Buffalo Law Review 519 (2019); University at Buffalo School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2019-004. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3466834

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