‘Legal Theory Lexicon: Theories of Statutory Interpretation and Construction’

“Although the first year of law school is weighted towards the study of common law subjects (contracts, common law crimes, property, and torts) with perhaps some civil procedure and constitutional law, most modern law involves statutes and regulations. This entry in the Legal Theory Lexicon provides a basic introduction to theories of statutory interpretation and construction with an emphasis on the three most basic approaches to statutory interpretation (textualism, intentionalism, and purposivism) …” (more)

[Lawrence Solum, Legal Theory Blog, 13 September]

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