Sunday, July 15, 2007

Larry Solum

Larry Solum has been on quite a roll lately, with several fascinating and perceptive posts. There was this post on foxes vs. hedgehogs in the legal academy. Then this post on the prospects for peer-reviewed legal journals. Finally, this post handily exposes a non sequitur in Jack Balkin's notion that because there could be a split between the original public meaning of the Constitution and original expected applications, therefore the original public meaning can be used to support contemporary applications that are much further removed from (or even contrary to) original expected applications.


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