Calabresi, Guido

Calabresi, Guido

(1932–  ) legal scholar; born in Milan, Italy. Educated in the U.S.A. and England, he joined the faculty of Yale University Law School (1959), serving as dean since 1985. He was an expert in liability law, including medical malpractice and property. He is the author of The Costs of Accidents (1970), Tragic Choices (1978), and Ideals, Beliefs, Attitudes and the Law (1985).
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15,1958) (on file with the Papers of Hugo Lafayette Black, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Box 459, file: Personnel, Calabresi, Guido) [hereinafter Letter from Eugene Rostow to Justice Hugo Black].
15, 1958) (on file with the Papers of Hugo Lafayette Black, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Box 459, file: Personnel, Calabresi, Guido) [hereinafter Curriculum Vitae, Guido Calabresi]; June Interview with Guido Calabresi, supra note 5.
30, 1960) (on file with the Papers of Hugo Lafayette Black, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Box 459, file: Personnel, Calabresi, Guido).