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May 18, 2009

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Gregory Shaffer

This is a working draft and Victoria and I welcome comments on it. We are circulating the paper now. Beth Mertz, for example, just clarified to us that, in terms of her perspective on new legal realism, she does not require people to do empirical work (as per the excerpt from our draft in the blog, so we need to rephrase this). Rather she emphasizes the need for those in legal academia to be able to engage critically with empirical work, a point with which I agree. We are presenting the ideas in this paper at the annual Law and Society Association meeting in Denver on Friday, May 29 (12.30) and we will revise and post a new version of it after the meeting.

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