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This short article presents the general outlines of a lecture that I usually give to my first-year contract law students, at about the end of their first week of classes, to get them started thinking about the process of judicial decision-making, and about the “legal realist” perspective regarding that process.
Nebraska Law Review Bulletin
Contracts, legal realism
Gregory Crespi, What Do Good Lawyers Know That the Rest of Us Don't? Introducing First-Year Law Students to "Legal Realism" (White Paper), 2022 NEB. L. REV. BULLETIN 1 (2022)