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User Review  - Schmerguls - LibraryThing

4819. The Nature of the Judicial Process, by Benjamin N, Cardozo. LL.D. (read 20 Apr 2011) This book sets out four lectures which Cardozo gave at Yale in 1921. Tey are still highly pertinent in today ... Read full review

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Unbelievable book on new Law theory and the incorporation of sociology into law. Benjamin Cardozo was an incredible man, and what a great service he did for modern jurisprudence. Benjamin Cardozo is without a doubt the best S.C. Justice to have ever lived.

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User Review  - Kenneth - Goodreads

This is an interesting treatment of the implications of precedent. Do judges make law or do they simply interpret old law? How much interpretation is appropriate? Is law separate from morality or ... Read full review

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User Review  - Freddie Berg - Goodreads

Almost everything I need to know about many current themes in the American legal system, and helping me to guide clients for the future. Read full review

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User Review  - Brian - Goodreads

Anyone interested in judicial reasoning must read this book. Cardozo brings the spirit of a poet to the bench. Read full review


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