Duquesne Law Review


To a court committed to resolving choice-of-law problems by the application of interest analysis, either exclusively or in conjunction with other approaches, fashioning an order of priority among conflicting state interest is of critical importance. In addition, several different techniques are available to a court utilizing interest analysis. Consequently, establishing an order of priority among such available techniques becomes important. The author attempts to fashion an order of priority among those competing state interests and those available techniques most likely to arise in personal injury actions, thereby facilitating the choice-of-law process in such cases.

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