Frontiers of Legal Theory

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Frontiers of Legal Theory
Author : Richard A. Posner
File Size : 46,5 Mb
Publisher : Harvard University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 01 February 2023
ISBN : 9780674013605
Pages : 462 pages
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Frontiers of Legal Theory by Richard A. Posner Book PDF Summary

The most exciting development in legal thinking since World War II has been the growth of interdisciplinary legal studies. Judge Richard Posner has been a leader in this movement, and his new book explores its rapidly expanding frontier.

Frontiers of Legal Theory

The most exciting development in legal thinking since World War II has been the growth of interdisciplinary legal studies. Judge Richard Posner has been a leader in this movement, and his new book explores its rapidly expanding frontier.

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Frontiers of Legal Theory

The most exciting development in legal thinking since World War II has been the growth of interdisciplinary legal studies. Judge Richard Posner has been a leader in this movement, and his new book explores its rapidly expanding frontier.

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