Legal Indeterminacy Made in America: American Legal Methods and the Rule of LawAll Faculty Scholarship
The thesis of this Article is that the indeterminacy that plagues American law is "Made in America." It is not inherent in law. Rather, it is a product of specific choices of legal methods and of legal structures made in the American legal system.
Citation InformationLegal Indeterminacy Made in America: American Legal Methods and the Rule of Law, 41 Val. U. L. Rev. 517 (2006)