Today's conflicts scholars no doubt consider themselves a diverse bunch, with widely differing views about how law should be chosen in multistate disputes. But from the trenches, most of them look alike. Each waxes eloquent about the search for the perfect solution-the most intellectually and morally satisfying choice of law for each dispute-and each ends the theorizing by embracing some proposition that will prove wholly indeterminate in practice.
75 Ind. L.J. 527-534 (2000)
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Gottesman, Michael H., "Adrift on the Sea of Indeterminacy" (2000). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 90.