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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

JOTWELL: Lahav on Kessler on the rise of legal adversarialism

The new Courts Law essay comes from Alexandra Lahav (U Conn), reviewing Amalia Kessler, Inventing American Exceptionalism: The Origins of American Adversarial Legal Culture (Yale University Press). Lahav focuses on the way in which equity practice relied on a non-adversarial, judge-centered system (something Kessler has written about before) and how adversarialism arose from that.

Posted by Howard Wasserman on July 19, 2017 at 11:11 AM in Article Spotlight | Permalink

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