The Promise of Legal Semiotics, 69 Tex. L. Rev. 1831 (1991)
With a single rhetorical stroke, Professor Jeremy Paul has both identified and constituted a school of legal semiotics. In reading his description one notes that, like other schools of legal thought, the school of legal semiotics has distinguished precursors (Wesley Hohfeld, Felix Cohen), and, like the Legal Process School in particular, it even comes equipped with a fundamental text which is as yet unpublished.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Balkin, Jack M., "The Promise of Legal Semiotics" (1991). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 278.