Washington Law Review


The avowed purpose of Marital Property in Conflict of Laws is to demonstrate the "correct analysis" for the problem above and a host of similar intriguing choice-of-law questions involving marital property. Laid out between the covers of this comparatively thin volume is as fine a study, as lucid an explanation, and as great a number of practical guideposts for the rational solution of these problems as has yet been made available. The value of the work to the practicing attorney is considerably enhanced by the author's careful attention to the statutes and cases, a welcome change of fare from the too prevalent generalized and theoretical discussions to which resort must normally be made.

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