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Considering Precedent in Louisiana: Balancing the Value of Predictable and Certain Interpretation with the Tradition of Flexibility and Adaptability

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Affiliations: 1: Warren E. Mouledoux Distinguished Professor of Law Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, algero@loyno.edu

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2014-02-28
2017-10-17
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