Evolution of the Judicial Opinion: Institutional and Individual Styles
NYU Press, 2007 M10 1 - 301 páginas
In this sweeping study of the judicial opinion, William D. Popkin examines how judges' opinions have been presented from the early American Republic to the present. Throughout history, he maintains, judges have presented their opinions within political contexts that involve projecting judicial authority to the external public, yet within a professional legal culture that requires opinions to develop judicial law through particular institutional and individual judicial styles.
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This book analyzes the evolution of "the public face of the judiciary," judicial opinions. The central theme of Popkin's (Indiana University) enterprise is to interpret how judges' present their ... Leer comentario completo