Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, Vol. 38, p. 771, 2007
26 Pages Posted: 18 Apr 2013
Date Written: April 18, 2013
If Sir John Salmond is taken as being an inaugural or founding father of not only a law school, but also of a New Zealand jurisprudence, two questions arise: What might have been inherited from Salmond's jurisprudence? And, How might that inheritance be received today? This article offers a response to these questions by considering Salmond's jurisprudence in terms of a conduct of life organised around the office and persona of the jurist.
Keywords: Salmond, Jurisprudence, conduct, persona, jurist
JEL Classification: K10
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Dorsett, Shaunnagh and McVeigh, Shaun, The Persona of the Jurist in Salmond's Jurisprudence: On the Exposition of 'What Law is...' (April 18, 2013). Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, Vol. 38, p. 771, 2007. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2253104