REFLECTIONS ON ROTHKO AND WRITING: A RESPONSE TO PIERRE SCHLAG'S LECTURE ON THE STATE ON LEGAL SCHOLARSHIPNOVA LAW REVIEW (2011)
William Shakespeare wrote, "commit the oldest sins the newest kind of ways." I believe that this adage is an appropriate way to frame the response that I will offer today. Shakespeare urges us to reinvigorate familiar terrain with a personal touch. To transform it with our own innovation. And I think it is highly applicable to the current state of legal scholarship. Professor Schlag is right; in many ways legal scholarship has become a bit of an artifact, it has become an old sin, and for a lot of us it can be exhaustive.
- LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP,
- PIERRE SCHLAG,
Citation InformationOlympia Duhart. "REFLECTIONS ON ROTHKO AND WRITING: A RESPONSE TO PIERRE SCHLAG'S LECTURE ON THE STATE ON LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP" NOVA LAW REVIEW Vol. 35 (2011) p. 513 - 523
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