Thursday, November 25, 2004
For those that have not yet explored it, I invite your attention to Legal Fiction over at the lawandpolitics blog. Written by a lawyer, he takes great pains to explain his points of view in layman's terms.
His article The Tempting of the Federalist Society is an explanation of "activist judges" and how liberal and conservative judges view and frame their decisions in terms of societal vs. economic political biases. This is followed by Con Law for non-Lawyers, the Limits of Legal Logic, an excellent read on how Article 1 of the Constitution and the 14th Amendment apply to Virginia's gay codes and how they can be interpreted differently by different judges.