Citing Slavery

Judges cite slavery to explicate the law of contracts, property, evidence, civil procedure, criminal procedure, statutory interpretation, torts, and many other fields. Justin Simard discusses the benefits a broader historical perspective can bring to bear on contemporary doctrinal issues. Image courtesy of Justin Simard

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