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San Diego Law Review

Authors

Larry Alexander

Library of Congress Authority File

http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n79122466

Document Type

AALS: Rationality of Rule-Following

Abstract

Legal norms are typically divided into standards and rules. Standards are legal norms that enjoin us to do what is "reasonable," "fair," "just," etc. As legal norms, however, the standards are frequently suboptimal. Legal norms in the form of rules are the antidote to the problems of error and failure of coordination caused by legal standards.

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