Most authors of legal scholarship would probably hesitate to describe their writings as heroic tales of (intellectual) conquest and adventure. They would also most likely deny that they are unreliable storytellers. Equally, conventional accounts of legal scholarship tend to view it as lacking a common structure. This article challenges these assumptions by offering a novel aesthetic perspective on legal writing.
Ben-Zvi, Omri and Sarid, Eden
"Legal Scholarship as Spectacular Failure,"
Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities: Vol. 30
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/yjlh/vol30/iss1/1