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Book Review: The Business Of Judging, S. I. Strong Jul 2001

Book Review: The Business Of Judging, S. I. Strong

Faculty Publications

Lord Bingham of Cornhill is no stranger to the business of judging. Senior Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, former Lord Chief Justice of England, former Master of the Rolls, he has been sitting on the bench in one capacity or another for the last twenty years - twenty-five if one counts his tenure as a recorder. Although he began his career at the bar in 1959 as a commercial and civil lawyer, his appointment in 1996 as Lord Chief Justice placed him at the apex of the criminal justice system. In becoming senior Law Lord, Lord Bingham has expanded his purview ...


Book Review: Legal Traditions Of The World: Sustainable Diversity In Law, S. I. Strong Jul 2001

Book Review: Legal Traditions Of The World: Sustainable Diversity In Law, S. I. Strong

Faculty Publications

Combining a historically accurate analysis with a distinctly contemporary sensibility, H. Patrick Glenn invokes not only jurisprudential concepts as he explains the different legal traditions, but religious and sociological ideas as well.


Book Review: Faith In Law: Essays In Legal Theory, S. I. Strong Mar 2001

Book Review: Faith In Law: Essays In Legal Theory, S. I. Strong

Faculty Publications

The essays collected in this book arise out of a series of seminars exploring the relationship between law and faith, broadly defined, and investigate "the many varied links between law and faith", particularly as those links relate to legal theory. While the editors intended to demonstrate the diversity of ways in which the topic can be viewed, this very diversity causes some problems for the reader.


Book Note: Republic.Com, By Cass Sunstein, Justin G. Holbrook Jan 2001

Book Note: Republic.Com, By Cass Sunstein, Justin G. Holbrook

Justin G. Holbrook

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International Criminal Jurisprudence Comes Of Age: The Substance And Procedure Of An Emerging Discipline, Nancy Amoury Combs Jan 2001

International Criminal Jurisprudence Comes Of Age: The Substance And Procedure Of An Emerging Discipline, Nancy Amoury Combs

Faculty Publications

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Should We Read Carl Schmitt Today?, D. A. Jeremy Telman Jan 2001

Should We Read Carl Schmitt Today?, D. A. Jeremy Telman

Law Faculty Publications

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"A Fascination Without Scruples": American Popular Culture And Its Corrosive Impact On The Law (Reviewing Richard K. Sherwin, When Law Goes Pop: The Vanishing Line Between Law And Popular Culture (2000))., Robert F. Blomquist Jan 2001

"A Fascination Without Scruples": American Popular Culture And Its Corrosive Impact On The Law (Reviewing Richard K. Sherwin, When Law Goes Pop: The Vanishing Line Between Law And Popular Culture (2000))., Robert F. Blomquist

Law Faculty Publications

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The Lawyerland Essays: Introduction, Pierre Schlag Jan 2001

The Lawyerland Essays: Introduction, Pierre Schlag

Articles

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Hardball, Politics, And The Nlrb, Michael Ashley Stein Jan 2001

Hardball, Politics, And The Nlrb, Michael Ashley Stein

Faculty Publications

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Jurisprudence Noire, Pierre Schlag Jan 2001

Jurisprudence Noire, Pierre Schlag

Articles

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Just Being A Lawyer: Reflections On The Legal Ethics Of A President Under Impeachment, John A. Humbach Jan 2001

Just Being A Lawyer: Reflections On The Legal Ethics Of A President Under Impeachment, John A. Humbach

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

The core vice that Posner finds in Clinton’s efforts to contain the truth of the Lewinsky affair is very similar to a fault the public perceives in the behavior of lawyers generally. Namely, lawyers often try to obscure or distract from factual truth order to prevent the law from applying as intended. Most of this avoidance behavior is technically lawful because, for pragmatic reasons, allowances for such avoidance have been deliberately built into the criminal laws against perjury, obstruction of justice and the like. These allowances are a compromise that the law makes with morals so its criminal prohibitions ...


The Unsettling Of The West: How Indians Got The Best Water Rights, David H. Getches Jan 2001

The Unsettling Of The West: How Indians Got The Best Water Rights, David H. Getches

Articles

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Politics And Denial, Pierre Schlag Jan 2001

Politics And Denial, Pierre Schlag

Articles

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