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Interstate Federalism, 3 Brigham Young Law Review 949 (1987)

Abstract

Conflict of laws scholars appear to be about the only ones
concerned about what is going on in the evolving modern learning
of interstate relations. By interstate relations, I am referring
to problems of adjudicative jurisdiction, legislative jurisdiction,
and enforcement of judgments. Although such relations are governed
largely by state law, they are also affected by federal constitutional
provisions such as the due process clause, the full
faith and credit clause, and the commerce clause. These relations
comprise the arcane field known as "conflict of laws," and
constitute "the other" federalism issue; the first such issue being
the relationship between the state and federal courts and
legislatures.l

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1987

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