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Review of Reviews: “A Social Welfare Theory of Inheritance Regulation,” Utah Law Review (forthcoming 2018)

Mark Glover, associate professor of law, University of Wyoming College of Law in Laramie, Wyo.

The regulation of inheritance—as it relates to social welfare—is a profound societal issue that’s especially timely in this era of unprecedented wealth inequality. The impact of the accumulation and disposition of wealth by the “1 percent” is a question no longer asked solely by economists and “occupiers.” Indeed, trusts and estates practitioners working with clients at all wealth levels face questions of accumulation and disposition every day as they

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