Legal Realism Now?

Kentucky Law Journal Online (2019)

7 Pages Posted: 31 May 2019

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David A. Simon

University of Kansas Law School; Hanken School of Economics; University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law ; Harvard Law School

Date Written: April 24, 2019

Abstract

This is a surreply to Ramsi Woodcock's response article on Adam Mossoff’s essay, Trademark as a Property Right. It argues that Woodcock overlooks potential benefits from legal formalism and neglects the shortcomings of some legal realist techniques, particularly those in law and economics.

Keywords: realism, intellectual property, law and economics, critical legal studies, holmes

Suggested Citation

Simon, David A., Legal Realism Now? (April 24, 2019). Kentucky Law Journal Online (2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3377660

David A. Simon (Contact Author)

University of Kansas Law School ( email )

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Hanken School of Economics ( email )

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University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law ( email )

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Harvard Law School ( email )

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