Tag Archives: Scalia & Garner: Reading Law

The Green Bag’s Micro-Symposium on Scalia and Garner’s Reading Law, Part II

by Chris Walker — Monday, Dec. 15, 2014@chris_j_walker

As I mentioned last week, the Green Bag just published a micro-symposium on Justice Antonin Scalia and Professor Bryan Garner‘s treatise Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts. I blogged about the first half of the symposium last week here. And I blogged about Reading Law‘s usefulness in the classroom and in administrative law practice here — […]

Scalia & Garner’s Reading Law in the Classroom and in the Real World (AdLaw Bridge Series)

by Chris Walker — Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014@chris_j_walker

Yesterday I blogged about the first half of the Green Bag‘s micro-symposium on Scalia and Garner’s treatise Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts. That post is here, and the micro-symposium can be downloaded here. My terrific research assistant Andrew Mikac and I contributed a 1,000-word essay to the symposium, focusing on the usefulness of […]

The Green Bag’s Micro-Symposium on Scalia and Garner’s Reading Law

by Chris Walker — Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014@chris_j_walker

Earlier this year the Green Bag — one of my favorite law journals — did a call for papers on Justice Antonin Scalia and Professor Bryan Garner’s treatise Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts. Scalia and Garner’s Reading Law has been the subject of much praise and criticism since it was published in 2012, with the headline […]