Stephen G. Gilles joined the Quinnipiac School of Law faculty in 1995. He teaches courses in tort, insurance, administrative, and advanced constitutional law and in law and economics. His research interests include tort law, especially negligence and strict liability, and constitutional law, especially parental and abortion rights. His recent publications include “The Judgment-Proof Society,” in the Washington & Lee Law Review and “Parental (and Grandparental) Rights after Troxel v Granville” in the Supreme Court Economic Review. Before joining the School of Law, he clerked for Judge Robert Bork and U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, practiced as an appellate litigator, and taught at the University of Chicago Law School. He is married and has six children.
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Engage Volume 14, Issue 1 February 2013
Some twenty-five years ago, one of us sketched out a rationale for using mandatory liability...