• Sociology
  • Published 1989

The Internal Scholarly Jury.

@inproceedings{Getman1989TheIS,
  title={The Internal Scholarly Jury.},
  author={Julius G. Getman},
  year={1989}
}
Law professors today have sharply differing views about the nature and goals of legal scholarship. We disagree about whether the academic or professional aspects of scholarship are more important, whether reform or understanding is our goal, whether appellate opinions, economic theory, philosophical writings, field studies, or doctrinal legal scholarship should shape our definition and analysis of scholarly issues. It is not surprising that recently appointed legal academics express doubts… CONTINUE READING