Robin B Kar


Research Interests

Commercial Law; Contracts; Economics and Law; Human Rights; Intellectual Property; International and Comparative Law; Jurisprudence; Legal History; Psychology and Law


Ph.D. University of Michigan
J.D. Yale Law School
B.A. Harvard University

Additional Campus Affiliations

Professor, College of Law
Institute Affiliate, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology

Recent Publications

Kar, Robin B and Margaret Jane Radin. "Pseudo-contract and shared meaning analysis". Harvard Law Review. 2019, 132(4). 1137-1219.

Kar, Robin Bradley "Transformational Marriage: How to End the Culture Wars Over Same-Sex Marriage". Wilson, Robin Fretwell (editors). The Contested Place of Religion in Family Law. Cambridge University Press. 2018.

Kar, Robin B. "The Evolutionary Game-Theoretic Foundations of Law". Law and Social Inquiry. 2017, 42(1). 38-48.

Kar, Robin Bradley. "Trump as the First Deal-Maker-In-Chief: Promise and Perils of the Model". University of Illinois Law Review Online. 2017. 2017.

Kar, Robin Bradley and John Lindo "Race and the Law in the Genomic Age: A Problem for Equal Treatment Under the Law"., Brownsword, Roger Scotford, Eloise Yeung, Karen (ed.). The Oxford Handbook on Law, Regulation, and Technology. Oxford Handbooks. Oxford University Press. 2017, 874.

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