Jerome N. Frank (1889-1957) and Lon L. Fuller (1902-1978) are not frequently classed together in discussions of twentieth-century legal thought. Although they both wrote extensively about the nature of law and adjudication over roughly the same period of time (1930s-1950s), they are typically seen as standing on opposite sides of the issues that matter most in legal theory.
Barzun, Charles L.
"Jerome Frank, Lon Fuller, and a Romantic Pragmatism,"
Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities: Vol. 29
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/yjlh/vol29/iss2/1