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Next Meeting: Thu., April 28, Dewey on “Logical Method and Law”

The legal theory reading group will be meeting on Thursday, April 28 at 7:15 PM in Dodd 399 to discuss John Dewey, Logical Method and Law, 10 Cornell L.Q. 17 (1924) [Hein].

This is the last of the readings that we have planned for our spring meetings. Since the law school’s finals are in early May, we may not meet two weeks after our Dewey discussion, instead meeting next sometime early in the summer in a more social setting. Let me know if you have other ideas.

[Also, I apologize for not doing a better job at keeping the blog updated for the last couple of months. We met on Thursday, April 14, when we discussed Karl Llewellyn, Some Realism About Realism–Responding to Dean Pound, 44 Harv. L. Rev. 1222 (1931) [Hein] and on Thursday, March 31, when we discussed some materials by Roscoe Pound and Jerome Frank taken from American Legal Realism (William W. Fisher III, Morton J. Horwitz & Thomas A. Reed eds., 1993).]

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