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Satirical Legal Studies: From the Legists to the Lizard


Peter Goodrich


Yeshiva University - Cardozo Law School


Michigan Law Review, Vol. 103, p. 307, 2004
Cardozo Legal Studies Reseaech Paper No. 125

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This comprehensive and witty study invents the category of satirical legal studies and traces it from the medieval legists to the contemporary lucubrations of legal scholars. Irreverent, scholarly, irascible and irrefragable this article wields an unparalleled panoply of sources and doctrines to prove that satirical legal studies represents the most persuasive form of jurisprudential analysis.

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Date posted: July 23, 2005  

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Goodrich, Peter, Satirical Legal Studies: From the Legists to the Lizard. Michigan Law Review, Vol. 103, p. 307, 2004; Cardozo Legal Studies Reseaech Paper No. 125. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=760373

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