The Role of Substantive Law and Procedure in the Legal Process, 45 Harvard Law Review 617 (1932)
There seems to be a general assumption today that the "Science of Law " is not adequately performing its function in the judicial process. When a great lawyer can voice the general opinion of the bar in stating that the confusion and uncertainty caused by a vast mass of decisions and principles is growing worse from year to year, it is inevitable that various conflicting attitudes toward this science should take the place of a former uncritical acceptance.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Arnold, Thurman W., "The Role of Substantive Law and Procedure in the Legal Process" (1932). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4258.