The US Supreme Court and the Modern Common Law Approach

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'Grossi makes bold assertions in her book and does an admirable job of supporting them illustrating their context, and ultimately proposing alternatives. Her international comparisons are truly fascinating ... Grossi has interesting, innovative ideas and writes from a distinctive perspective, which makes the book a good pick for acquisition.' Mary Beth Chappell Lyles, Law Library Journal

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This book studies the U.S. Supreme Court and its current common law approach to judicial decision making from a national and transnational perspective. It suggests the adoption of a judicial decision-making model that proceeds from principles and rules and treats these principles and rules as premises for developing consistent unitary theories to meet current social conditions.

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