Chapter of Book
This is my contribution to a festscrift in honor of Professor Don Wallace on his retirement from the Georgetown University School of Law. My essay points out the problems and dangers of the increasing delegation to international and domestic courts, in broad and vague value-laden language, the responsibility of making basic moral and policy decisions for society. It saddles courts with a task that they are not particularly suited to perform and it is certainly not the way a democratic society should function.
George C. Christie, Can the Law Meet the Demands Made on It?, in A Revolution in the International Rule of Law: Essays in Honor of Don Wallace, Jr. (Borzu Sabahi et al. eds. 2014)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Jurisprudence, Courts, Rule of law