Critical Analysis of Law

An International & Interdisciplinary Law Review

Vol 1, No 2 (2014)

CAL's second issue features three forums: two book forums and one article forum. The book forums are inspired by Alan Brudner's The Unity of the Common Law (rev. ed. 2013) and Hanoch Dagan's Reconstructing American Legal Realism & Rethinking Private Law Theory (2013). The article forum features James Q. Whitman's paper "The Case for Penal Modernism: Beyond Utility and Desert," along with comments by Darryl Brown and Lindsay Farmer, as well as a reply by Whitman.

We will publish the forums seriatim as they become available.

 

Table of Contents

Article Forum: James Q. Whitman on Penal Modernism

The Case for Penal Modernism: Beyond Utility and Desert PDF
James Q. Whitman
Penal Modernism in Theory and Practice PDF
Darryl K. Brown
Penal Modernism: An American Tragedy PDF
Lindsay Farmer
Response to My Commentators PDF
James Q. Whitman

Book Forum: Hanoch Dagan, Reconstructing American Legal Realism & Rethinking Private Law Theory (2013)

Realism’s Illusions PDF
Alan Brudner
The Scalpel and the Salve: Rekindling Romantic Realism PDF
Dan Farbman
Private Law Realism PDF
Joseph William Singer
Reality and Illusion PDF
Laura S. Underkuffler
Defending Legal Realism: A Response to Four Critics PDF
Hanoch Dagan


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