Friday, February 20, 2009
From the abstract available on SSRN:
"In this short article, and drawing upon George Steiner's famous article about the death of the German language, I argue that it is only when the language of the law is "living speech," in James Boyd White's terminology, that the law can perform well its moral purpose. This is, in part, because of the unique form of judgment that the law is."
Download the whole enchilada here.
I am the scholarship dude.