Joseph F. Weis Jr's theories regarding US procedural policymaking and service by mail from the Hague Convention are examined. Weis explores two themes that run through US civil procedure: counterintuitive instrumentalism and underlying pragmatism.
Comment on Judge F. Weis, Jr., Service by Mail—Is the Stamp of Approval From the Hague Convention Always Enough?,
57 Law and Contemporary Problems
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