Friedrich Kessler, 84 YALE L.J. 672 (1975)
All of us who live by the law know from our own experience that everything we do is determined by the society of which, willingly or unwillingly, we are a part. The subject matter of the law, unlike that of other intellectual disciplines, has no independent existence divorced from the society in which a particular legal system is embedded. We are time-bound and we are space-bound; otherwise we are not lawyers.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Gilmore, Grant, "Friedrich Kessler" (1975). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2685.