Pierre Schlag

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Pierre Schlag (born March 3, 1954) is a legal theorist and the Byron R. White Professor at the University of Colorado Law School.[1] Generally associated with the critical legal studies movement and school of legal thought, his contributions to the modern legal canon have primarily focused on the subjects of aesthetics and the law,[2] Constitutional interpretation,[3] deconstruction,[citation needed] subjectivity,[citation needed] and broader 'meta' critiques of legal institutions, publications, and thought.[4]

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  1. ^ "Pierre Schlag - Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty". Colorado Law. University of Colorado Boulder. Retrieved 10 October 2013. 
  2. ^ Schlag, Pierre (2002). "The Aesthetics of American Law". HARVARD LAW REVIEW 115: 1047. Retrieved 10 October 2013. 
  3. ^ Schlag, Pierre (1999). "No Vehicles in the Park". SEATTLE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 23: 381. Retrieved 10 October 2013. 
  4. ^ Schlag, Pierre (March 2009). "Spam Jurisprudence, Air Law, and the Rank Anxiety of Nothing Happening (a Report on the State of the Art)". Georgetown Law Journal 97: 803. Retrieved 10 October 2013.