The New Legal Realism Volume 2

Author: Heinz Klug
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781107422988
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This is the second of two volumes announcing the emergence of the new legal realism.

Annual Report

Author: American Bar Foundation
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teach us about law and policy. The ABF and the Institute for Legal Studies at
Wisconsin have long been leaders in the social science study of law; in the New
Legal Realism Project, they are combining forces with interested scholars at
other ... The first conference publication, "New Legal Realism Symposium: Is It
Time for a New Legal Realism?" appeared as Vol. 2005, No. 2 of the Wisconsin
Law Review this summer. An entirely student-run and funded symposium on New
Legal ...

Law Making In The Global Community

Author: Nicholas Greenwood Onuf
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A veritable chorus of critics has insisted that legal realism is rooted in the
proposition that law is what judges and other law officials say it is. Perhaps
unfairly we are now conditioned by these critics to identify legal realism "as being
primarily concerned with judicial processes."218 The empirical utility of this
orientation has been overlooked in the basically normative controversy over its
validity. If it were adopted, the empirical domain of inquiry would be readily
defined. The study of ...

Jurisprudence For A Free Society

Author: Harold Dwight Lasswell
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9780792309895
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Most of the work produced by these scholars together and in collaboration with their students represent applications of their basic theory to a wide assortment of international and national legal and policy problems.

Bowker S Law Books And Serials In Print

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Anderson, Oscar E., Jr. The New World: A History of the United States Atomic
Energy Commission, 1939-1946, Vol. I. 781p. 1990. pap. 35.00x .... Legal History
Ser ). 1970. Repr. of 1889 ed. lib. bdg. 39.50 (0-306-71856-1) Da Capo Pr„ Inc.
Stoeckli, Walter A. Church-State 4 School in Switzerland 4 the U. S. A Study in
Comparative Constitutional Law. (European University Studies: Law: Ser. 2, Vol.
23). 50p. 1969 ...

The Yale Journal Of International Law

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16 As Paul Schiff Berman has put it, "the New Haven School offered a kind of
socio-legal realism to combat the power-based realism that dominated the early
Cold War period." 17 In McDougal's view, the school of political ... 20 In building
the New Haven School, a lawyer (McDougal) and a political scientist (Lasswell)
chose expressly and comprehensively to study international law by combining
the insights of their two disciplines. The School's second commitment is to the
study of ...

General Theory Of International Law

Author: Siegfried Wiessner
Publisher: American Classics in Internati
ISBN: 9789004338456
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This introductory volume to the series of American Classics in International Law is intended to present, put into context, and critically appraise specifically American general theories of and about international law.

Stones Of Hope

Author: Lucie White
Publisher: Stanford Univ Pr
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How African Activists Reclaim Human Rights to Challenge Global Poverty Lucie
White, Jeremy Perelman. Ghana, in January 2003. The experimentalist features
of the remedies in Treatment Action Campaign and Mohammed Zakari are
discussed in detail in Chapters 2 and 4 of this volume. 49. See Abraham Chayes
... See Young, supra n. 1. 8. For an overview of legal realism, see, e.g., Brian
Leiter, "American Legal Realism," University of Texas Law Public Law Research
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The Thin Justice Of International Law

Author: Steven R. Ratner
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191009113
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Where, on the other hand, the critics are right, this study will have given us good
reasons to change some rules, as well as guideposts for that change. With
greater awareness of the values underlying a just international law, we can move
to create new rules that will earn our respect as just. ... To use another term
frequently found in legal and political discourse, one might say that a just
international law is also a legitimate one insofar as it gives us good reasons to
comply with it.2 ...