Karl Llewellyn And The Realist Movement

Author: William Twining
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In this second edition the original text is supplemented with a preface by Frederick Schauer and an afterword in which William Twining gives a fascinating account of the making of the book and comments on developments in relevant legal ...

Law S Ethical Global And Theoretical Contexts

Author: Upendra Baxi
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12 Even while in Dar es Salaam he continued his engagement with Karl
Llewellyn, with whom he studied in Chicago and whose papers he was
organizing after Llewellyn's death. This engagement with American Realists
continued during his brief stint at Yale Law School, followed by professorships at
Belfast and Warwick, and culminated in the publication in 1973 of Karl Lewellyn
and the Realist Movement in the Law in Context Series.13 This period provided
both an intellectual and ...

The Theory Of Rules

Author: Karl N. Llewellyn
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
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published The Common Law Tradition: Deciding Appeals,5 Llewellyn's opinions
about the effect and importance of legal rules had a surprisingly conventional
and non-skeptical cast. ... The Common Law Tradition. On the background of this
book, see William Twining, Karl Llewellyn and the Realist Movement 203–5 (
Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1973, reprinted with Postscript, 1985). 8. This important
but still unpublished work, as good or better a window into the later Llewellyn as
The ...

The New Legal Realism Volume 1

Author: Elizabeth Mertz
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Science Research Network. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm? abstract_id=
2256622. Twining, William. 2000. Globalisation and Legal Theory. London:
Butterworth and Evanston: Northwestern University Press. Twining, William. 2002
. The Great Juristic Bazaar: Jurists' ... International Journal of Law in Context 1: 5–
40. Twining, William. 2006. ... In Karl Llewellyn and the Realist Movement, 2nd
edition (with afterword), edited by William Twining, 388–443. New York:
Cambridge ...

Contract In Context

Author: Richard Austen-Baker
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135096139
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Legal realism and the rise of 'neo-classical' contract Perhaps the single great
feature of the middle part of the twentieth century in American contract theory is
the rise of legal realism, and particularly the towering figures of Arthur Corbin and
Karl Llewellyn. However, it is not always easy to pin down what legal realism is,
or who may fairly be called a legal realist. Three important points must be borne
in mind: • legal realism is law-wide, not just concerned with contract • legal
realism has ...

The Great Juristic Bazaar

Author: William Twining
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 135154375X
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At a more general level I have found the following works particularly helpful in
interpeting the context of the Realist movement: L. Friedman, A History of
American Law (1973); G. Gilmore, The Ages of American Law (1977) (although I
disagree with ... 180 (1974); The Jurisprudence of Karl Llewellyn, 1 Dalhousie
L.J. 441 (1974) [hereinafter Verdun-Jones, Jurisprudence of Karl Llewellyn];
Jurisprudence Washed in Cynical Acid: Thurman Arnold and the Psychological
Bases of Scientific ...

Legal Realism And American Law

Author: Justin Zaremby
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the work and personalities associated with different aspects of legal realism and
the realists in an effort to explain their rise, fall, and their relationship to the legal
community and larger academic world. ... first half of the twentieth century and
attempts to situate realism among similar movements in political science and
economics.43 William Twining's Karl Llewellyn and the Realist Movement takes a
largely biographical approach to the movement, by examining the work of Karl
Llewellyn ...

Understanding Law And Society

Author: Max Travers
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135248451
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As an early member of the consensus tradition (Chapter 3), he saw the central
purpose of law as maintaining social control, through, among other things,
promoting shared values. Unlike Sumner or Ehrlich, he was not ... Llewellyn The
most powerful critique of legal formalism was made by Karl Llewellyn (1893–
1962), the founder of the realist movement in American jurisprudence. The
political context for his writings was the Great Depression. President Roosevelt
had introduced the ...