Richard posner discusses the structure and behavior of the legal profession constitutional theory interdisciplinary approaches to law the nature of legal reasoning and legal pragmatism although written by a sitting judge the book does not avoid controversy and contains frank appraisals of feminist and critical race theories the behavior of the german and british judiciaries in wartime . Book review overcoming law by richard a posner cambridge ma harvard university press 1995 pp 597 40 reviewed by michael b brennan this most recent monograph by the countrys preeminent academic judge is a book of and about legal theory it issues a clarion call for an. Richard a posner is circuit judge the united states court of appeals for the seventh circuit and a senior lecturer at the university of chicago law school. Overcoming law has 88 ratings and 4 reviews thom said a little known fact is that federal judges are limited in the extra judicial income theyre permi
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