Unconscionability and the Crowd-Consumers and the Common Law Tradition, 31 U. PITT. L. R. 349 (1970)
Let it suffice to say here that I find
Professor Murray's attempt to explain unconscionability an admirable
job, one which carefully considers almost all of the subtle difficulties
involved in such a definitional struggle. Or to be brief, I cannot help
but prefer Professor Murray's unconscionability clause to the Code's.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Leff, Arthur A., "Unconscionability and the Crowd-Consumers and the Common Law Tradition" (1970). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2821.