Do we need a Law of the Law of Interpretation? A Law of the Law of the Law of Interpretation? A Law of ... ?
Why Chevron's rule of agency deference is probably invalid.
How the law of interpretation sheds light on one of the most-used hypotheticals in legal interpretation.
The law of interpretation is mostly unwritten, but it's still law, and it covers a lot of different questions.
Is the law of interpretation mindless? Is it going to solve all of our problems? Is it attacking a straw man? Is it just telling judges to do what they were doing anyway? Answers within.
Interpretation: It's not just a good idea, it's the law.
Existing views of legal interpretation are dominated by two camps: the "standard picture," and a "skeptical response." Can we do better?
A sad au revoir.
I think this op-ed turned out to be provocative.
My account of what Gonzales v. Raich should have said.