John Henry Schlegel


Duncan Kennedy and I go back a long way – to the first Critical Legal Studies meeting in Madison, Wisconsin in the summer of 1977. Being together again, even only intellectually, is always fun, for when reading any new attempt by Duncan to write history I am usually guaranteed two things. The Three Globalizations of Law and Legal Thought: 1850-2000 is no exception. First, I always will learn something that I would never have come upon any other way. Second, it can be guaranteed that Duncan will enrage me. Before I explain how these two responses are true in this case, it would be best for me to explain what Duncan’s piece is and is about.

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Comparative Law Review is registered at the Courthouse of Monza (Italy) - Nr. 1988 - May, 10th 2010.
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