Objectivity in Legal Judgment

University of Michigan Law Review 92:1187-1255 (1994)
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Some are skeptical about the possibility of objectivity in law. In this article, I argue that common law legal adjudication can yield objective judgments, based on a legitimate conception of objectivity, one that shares in the kind of objectivity available to scientific and ethical judgments.
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