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Free market in law

Bob Murphy - The Market for Security:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSeYEz67Se4

David Friedman:

The most serious objection to free-market law is that plaintiff and defendant may not be able to agree on a common court. Obviously, a murderer would prefer a lenient judge. If the court were actually chosen by the disputants after the crime occurred, this might be an insuperable difficulty. Under the arrangements I have described, the court is chosen in advance by the protection agencies. There would hardly be enough murderers at any one time to support their own protective agency, one with a policy of patronizing courts that did not regard murder as a crime. Even if there were, no other protective agency would accept such courts. The murderers' agency would either accept a reasonable court or fight a hopeless war against the rest of society.

http://www.daviddfriedman.com/Libertarian/Machinery_of_Freed...

Another good article explaining free market law:

http://faculty.msb.edu/hasnasj/GTWebSite/MythWeb.htm