THE BRAmBLE BusH. By K. N. Llewellyn. New York: Oceana Publications,. Pp. $ THAT Karl Llewellyn has for thirty years chosen to be a. Karl Nickerson Llewellyn (May 22, – February 13, ) was a prominent American The Bramble Bush: On Our Law and Its Study (), written. The Bramble Bush has ratings and 13 reviews. Phrodrick said: The Bramble Bush is a collection of lectures given by Karl N. Llewellyn to incoming law.
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He studied under Arthur Linton Corbinwhose influence on him was profound. Analytical jurisprudence Deontological ethics Interpretivism Legalism Legal moralism Legal positivism Legal realism Libertarian theories brqmble law Natural law Paternalism Utilitarianism Virtue jurisprudence.
Written some odd years ago by an Ivy-League professor, the book is meant to give you an idea of how to prepare for law school and the case system.
I therefore feel that this book can inform a modern reader and have value beyond its intended audience. Available in paperback, clothbound, and ebooks: The Journal of Legal Studies has identified Llewellyn as one of the twenty most cited American legal scholars of the 20th century.
It seems that Karl Llewellyn was more of a legal realist, which makes for interesting perspectives, esp I read this book in preparation for katl school.
To purchase, visit your preferred ebook provider. To suggest that tge is not simply an arid matrix of rules and theories and principles! Not a date or stuffy writing style.
Others are witty and informative. A must read for law students who are about to embark on to their legal education and current law students who are already on their course on becoming lawyers. Basic, unannotated edition of the ebook is shown right. The lectures have been in print more or less continuously since then. Lists with This Book.
Aug 08, Eric Mccaffree added it. Not popular reading, but thought provoking, and since it is from a series of lectures given in the ‘s, it is a classic.
Be prepared to skim through some sections and you can read it rather quickly. He indicates that much of what the courts do, and have always done is not driven by a simple reading of enacted legislation. Because this is material intended for a lecture series presentation tends to precede depth.
Just gives necessary background on law schools and what one can or may expect when entering law school. Music as a Matter of Law? Apparently concision hadn’t yet been invented. Llewellyn breaks down why we read cases from the appellate or supreme courts, reason for the socratic method, how we should read cases, how cases opinions really are structured, and etc.
Click the “like button” to get updates on the latest books and news. I wouldn’t consider this book a must-read as many do, but it is definitely informational and an interesting perspective. Yes it is about law school.
If you’re going, have ever thought of applying, or know someone who is, you’ll appreciate the dense writing and complex structure.
The references used may bish made clearer with a different or consistent style of citation and footnoting. I think that Llewellyn strives to provide a lucid guideline or mechanism to understand and analyse appellate court decisions Sheppard shares similar views as well.
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In addition, a basic version of this classic work, in modern and accurate ebook formats but without the introduction and notes by Professor Macaulay, rbamble also available for download:. Patrick Sadeghi-tajar rated it really liked it Oct 02, The new edition is annotated and bus Academic Skip to main content. Llewellyn’s classic introduction to legal education, The Bramble Bush, has prepared generations of students for the study of law. Selected pages Title Page.