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White extends his theory of law as constitutive rhetoric, asking how one may criticize the legal culture and the texts within it.
"A fascinating study of the language of the law. . . . This book is to be highly recommended: certainly, for those who find the time to read it, it will broaden the mind, and give lawyers a new insight into their role."—New Law Journal
Posted August 3, 2005
I often think about concepts gleaned from this outstanding book which discusses how the law functions and develops, and indirectly points to the creative aspects of legal advocacy. Every lawyer should study this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.