The path of the law by oliver wendell holmes jr 10 harvard law review 457 1897 when we study law we are not studying a mystery but a well known profession. The path of the law by oliver wendell holmes jr was originally published in the harvard law review in 1897 by the time of his essay the path of the law holmes had completed the evolution to a behaviorist theory of law. The path of the law is the single most important essay about law ever written the perfect gift for anyone who ever entered law school it defines the responsibilities of the legal profession from one of laws greatest practitioners. Oliver wendell holmes jr 1841 1935 served as chief justice of the massachusetts supreme court and as an associate justice of the us supreme court he was nick named the great dissenter because of his many dissenting opinions holmes is also the author of kents commentaries on the law 1873 and the path of the law 1897. The path of the law and its influence the legacy of oliver wendell holmes jr edited by steven j burton p cm cambridge studies in philosophy and law includes index isbn 0 521 63006 1 hb 1 law philosophy 2 holmes oliver wendell jr 1841 1935 contributions in philosophy of law i burton steven j ii series
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