Document Type

Article

Publication Title

SMU Law Review

Publication Date

Winter 2000

Abstract

Our purpose in this essay is to describe (in the first section) how judges read statutes and the problems they incur in this effort. It is against this interpretive regime that Justice Scalia has rebelled. Against this regime we will then (in the second section) explore Justice Scalia's criticism and measure his successes.

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