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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.

Publication Title

Nebraska Law Review Bulletin

Document Type



Contracts, legal realism

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