Readers interested in competing legal systems should seek out the Winter 2003 issue of the Baylor Law Review. It includes a fascinating history of the application of Mexican law in the Texas courts, with side trips covering everything from Pancho Villa to the short-lived Republic of the Rio Grande. The article was written by Andrew Walker, a Galveston attorney who happens to be my brother, so watch what you say about him in the comments section.
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