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Table Of Contents
1. The Value in Understanding American Legal Reasoning, 2. The Commercial History of the Common Law, 3. The Judge vs. the Legislature (Cases and Statutes), 4. The Seduction of Deduction (Logic), 5. Arguing by Analogy: The Creative Lawyer, 6. Concluding Remarks-Inside the Mind of the American Lawyer
Kevin J. Fandl is a Professor of Legal Studies and Global Business Strategy at the Fox School of Business at Temple University. He had previously served as Chief of Staff for international trade and intellectual property at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In 2011, he founded the Global Legal Education Institute, which delivers intensive practical law courses to foreign legal practitioners and advanced law students around the world.