This essay sets out the main elements of the revisionary and philosophical interpretation of the jurisprudence of american legal realism that i have developed in a series of articles over the last decade this reading emphasizes the commitment of all the realists to a core descriptive claim about . Legal realism the school of legal philosophy that challenges the orthodox view of us jurisprudence under which law is characterized as an autonomous system of rules and principles that courts can logically apply in an objective fashion to reach a determinate and apolitical judicial decision legal realists maintain that common law adjudication is an inherently subjective system that . Explain the claims being made in this statement and their significance for legal theory with reference to american legal realism the us legal realism movement commenced in 1881 when an american jurist oliver wendell jr expressed that the life of the law has not been logic it has been experience. 20051 legal realism as theory of law 1917 introduction the legal realist movement flourished back in the 1920s and 30s primarily at yale and columbia law schools and at johns hopkinss
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