Law and Justice in the Twenty-First Century, 70 Fordham L. Rev. 1739 (2002)
Professor Rhode's new book invites all people seriously interested
in law to think about the relationships between law and justice as they
may exist in the years ahead. It is notoriously difficult to make
accurate predictions of the future, especially as the rate of social
change brings our futures into being with ever-increasing rapidity. As
a practical matter, thinking about the future therefore is pretty well
limited to extrapolating from the immediate present. Even such a
modest basis of projection affords room enough to look foolish. But
where angels fear to tread...
Date of Authorship for this Version
Hazard, Geoffrey C. Jr., "Law and Justice in the Twenty-First Century" (2002). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2343.