Jurisprudence

Law and Legal Reasoning – Bibliography

Law and Legal Reasoning

  1. Apodaca et al. v. Oregon, (1972) 406 U.S. 408.
  2. Baldus, D., Woodworth, G., & Pulaski, C. (1990 ).
  3. Burton, S. J. (1995). Law and Legal Reasoning (2nd ed.). Aspen, CO: Aspen Publishers.
  4. Cardozo, B. N. (1921). The Nature of the Judicial Process. New Haven, CT: Yale University
    Press.
  5. Einstein, A. (1936). Physics and reality. In S. Bargmann (Trans.) ( 19 54) (p. 2 90). Ideas and
    Opinions of Albert Einstein. New York: Crown Publishers.
  6. Ellsworth, P. C., & Getman, J. G. (1986). Social science in legal decision-making. In L. Lipson &
    S. Wheeler (Eds.). Law and the Social Sciences. New York: Russell Sage.
  7. Fisher, W. W. III, Horwitz, M. J., & Reed, T. A. (1993). American Legal Realism. New York and
    Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  8. Frank, J. (1930). Law and the Modern Mind. New York: Bretano’s.
  9. Friedman, L. M. (1986). The law and society movement. Stanford Law Review, 38, 763-
    780.
  10. Gordon, R. W. ( 1984). Critical legal histories. Stanford Law Review, 38, 37-125
  11. Green, T. A. (1995). Freedom and criminal responsibility in the age of Pound: An essay
    on criminal justice. Michigan Law Review, 93, 1915-2053·
  12. Holmes, 0. W. ( 18 7 3). The theory of torts. American Law Review, 7, 652-663.
  13. Holmes, 0. W. (1881). The Common Law. Boston: Little, Brown.
  14. Holmes, 0. W. (1897). The path of the law. Harvard Law Review, 1 o, 457-478.
  15. Horwitz, M. (1992}. The Transformation of American Law: 1870-1 96o: The Crisis of Legal
    Orthodoxy. New York: Oxford University Press.
  16. Hutcheson, J. C., Jr. (1929). The judgment intuitive: The function of the ‘hunch’ in judicial decision. Cornell Law Quarterly, 1 4, 2 74- 288.
  17.  Kahneman, D., Slavic, P., & Tversky, A. (Eds.) (1982). Judgment Under Uncertainty: Heuristics
    and Biases. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  18. Kennedy, D. (1973). Legal formality. Journal of Legal Studies, 11 , 3 51-3 98.
  19. Kennedy, D. (1986). Freedom and constraint in adjudication: A critical phenomenology. Journal of Legal Education, 3 6, 518-5 62.
  20. Kennedy, D. (1997). A Critique of Adjudication (fin de siecle). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  21. Llewellyn, K. N. (1942). On the good, the true, the beautiful, in law. University of Chicago Law
    Review, 9, 224-265.
  22. Llewellyn, K. N. (1950). Remarks on the theory of appellate decision and the rules or canons
    about how statutes are to be construed. Vanderbilt Law Review, 3, 395-406.
  23. Moore, U., & Callahan, C. C. (1943). Law and learning theory: A study in legal control. Yale
    Law Journal, 53, 1-13 6.
  24. Schauer, F. (1995). Giving reasons. Stanford Law Review, 47, 633-659.
  25. Sunstein, C. R. (1996). Legal Reasoning and Political Conflict. New York: Oxford University
    Press.

 

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