Not only does Rehumanizing Law provide an insightful analysis of narrative both within and without the law, but the book, which is peppered with discussions and excerpts of famous cases, poems, novels, and plays, also often proves amusing, enriching, and entertaining.Not only is Randy a double-Ph.D., but he's an exceptionally good lawyer, too. Now you know why I'm kvelling.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Kvelling about the review of Randy Gordon's book.
One of my buddies, Randy Gordon, has just gotten a really nice review of his really good book called Rehumanizing Law: A Theory of Law and Democracy. The review in Harvard Law Review said, in part: