J.W. Long Law Library


Statutory Construction

Cahn, Naomi R., Calmore, John O., Coombs, Mary I., Greene, Dwight L., Miller, Geoffrey C., Paul, Jeremy and Stein, Laura W., "The Case of the Speluncean Explorers: Contemporary Proceedings," 61 GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 1754 (1993) (Further discussion of Lon L. Fuller, "The Case of the Speluncean Explorers," 62 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 616 (1949)).

"Conference on Statutory Interpretation: The Role of Legislative History in Judicial Interpretation," 1987 DUKE LAW JOURNAL 362 (1987).

Cunningham, Clark D., Levi, Judith N., Green, Georgia M., and Kaplan, Jeffrey P., "Plain Meaning and Hard Cases," 103 YALE LAW JOURNAL  1561 (1994) (reviewing Lawrence M. Solan, The Language of Judges, (1993)).

Easterbrook, Frank H., "Text, History and Structure in Statutory Interpretation," 17 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY 61 (1994).

Engholm, Rudy, "Logic and Laws: Relief from Statutory Obfuscation," 9 JOURNAL OF LAW REFORM 322 (1976).

Eskridge, William N., Jr., "Dynamic Statutory Interpretation," 135 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 1479 (1987).

Eskridge, William N., Jr., "Politics Without Romance: Implications of Public Choice Theory for Statutory Interpretation," 74 VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW 275 (1988).

Eskridge, William N. Jr. and Frickey, Philip P., "Statutory Interpretation as Practical Reasoning," 42 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 321 (1990).

Fiss, Owen M., "Conventionalism," 58 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 177 (1985).

Frickey, Philip F., "From the Big Sleep to the Big Heat: The Revival of Theory in Statutory Interpretation," 77 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW 241 (1992).

Michaels, Walter Benn, "Against Formalism" The Autonomous Text in Legal and Literary Interpretation," 1 POETICS TODAY 23 (1973).

Note, "Looking it Up: Dictionaries and Statutory Interpretation," 107 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 1437 (1994).

Randolph, A. Raymond, "Dictionaries, Plain Meaning, and context in Statutory Interpretation," 17 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY 71 (1994).

Sunstein, Cass R., "Interpreting Statutes in the Regulatory State," 103 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 405 (1989).