The Rule of Law as a Law of Rules

@inproceedings{Scalia1989TheRO,
  title={The Rule of Law as a Law of Rules},
  author={Antonin Scalia},
  year={1989}
}
In summer, after hearing mass, the king often went to the wood of Vincennes, where he would sit down with his back against an oak, and make us all sit round him. Those who had any suit to present could come to speak to him without hindrance from an usher or any other person. The king would address them directly, and ask: "Is there anyone here who has a case to be settled?" Those who had one would stand up. Then he would say: "Keep silent all of you, and you shall be heard in turn, one after the… CONTINUE READING