Article 9: What It Does for the Past, 26 LA. L. REV. 285 (1966)
Article 9 is said to be the most novel, even the most revolutionary,
part of the Code. This is a good deal more nearly true
of its form than of its substance. Like any statute, it stands
firmly rooted in the past, peering uncertainly toward the future.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Gilmore, Grant, "Article 9: What It Does for the Past" (1966). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2555.