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Different Rules for Different People413
We live in a world of one-size-fits-all law. People are different, but the laws that govern them are uniform. Personalized Law rules that vary person by person will change that. Individual tailoring becomes increasingly possible as technology and data combine and law and regulation could similiarly be applied based on personalised, subjective, criteria. Better drivers would be free to drive faster, more vulnerable consumers would
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receive stronger warranties and protections, age restrictions for driving or for the consumption of alcohol would vary according the recklessness risk that each person poses, and licensing requirements would be more demanding for the less skilled. This book is the first to explore how personalized law can be designed to deliver
precision and justice, how data and algorithms might run the system, and what pitfalls the regime would have to prudently avoid. Omri Ben-Shahar and Ariel Porat not only present this concept in a clear, easily accessible way, but they offer specific examples of how personalized law may be implemented across a variety of real-life applications.
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Tom Proverbs-Garbett, Law Society Gazette This book is an excellent opening salvo. The writing is clear and the matter investigated from many angles.
J. A. Gauthier, CHOICE The authors offer a highly readable, carefully argued case for a most provocative thesis. Recommended. Lower- and upper-division undergraduates. Graduate students, faculty, and professionals. General readers.
Omri Ben-Shahar is the Leo and Eileen Herzel Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School, and the Kearny Director of the Coase-Sandor Institute for Law and Economics. He writes and teaches in the areas of contract law, consumer law, insurance law, trademark law, food law, and law-and-economics. Ben-Shahar is the co-author of More Than You Wanted To Know: The Failure of Mandated Disclosure (with Carl Schneider, Princeton Press 2014). Ben-Shahar is currently serving as a Reporter for the American Law Institute's Restatement of the Law, Consumer Contracts. Ariel Porat is the Alain Poher Professor of Law, and the President of Tel Aviv University. He is a member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and the EMET Prize Laureate (2014). He teaches and writes in the areas of tort law, contract law, and remedies. Porat is the co-author of Getting Incentives Right - Improving Torts, Contracts, and Restitution (with Robert Cooter, Princeton Press, 2014) and Tort Liability under Uncertainty (with Alex Stein, Oxford University Press, 2001). In the years 2003-19, Porat was a Fischel-Neil Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Chicago Law School. He was also a visiting professor at the universities of Columbia, Stanford, NYU, Berkeley, Virginia, and Toronto.