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Modern statutory interpretation

Linda D. Jellum

Modern statutory interpretation

problems, theories, and lawyering strategies

by Linda D. Jellum

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Published by Carolina Academic Press in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law -- United States -- Interpretation and construction,
  • Law -- Interpretation and construction

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementLinda D. Jellum, David Charles Hricik.
    ContributionsHricik, David Charles.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF425 .J45 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23392560M
    ISBN 109781594606755
    LC Control Number2009021590
    OCLC/WorldCa354903306

      The decision in Rooney emphasizes an important aspect of modern statutory interpretation. Unlike in the past, Courts must have regard for the context in which the words of a statute are written. Statutory Interpretation emphasizes a particular perspective on statutory interpretation—pragmatic judging, which means that the judge is influenced by substantive background considerations. This perspective is also sensitive to the historical framework that shapes modern statutory interpretation, to the institutional setting in which interpretation occurs, and to the reality that .

    Kirby, Michael "Statutory Interpretation: The Meaning of Meaning" [] MelbULawRw 3; () 35(1) Melbourne University Law Review STATUTORY INTERPRETATION: THE MEANING OF MEANING I THE MAIN TASK OF MODERN LAWYERS II SOME BASIC RULES OF APPROACH III DIGGING DEEPER FOR MEANING IV A BANK ROBBERY AND CARR’S .   Statutory Interpretation 2nd edition revitalises learning of statutory interpretation as a living, breathing and dynamic tool for understanding and applying the law.. The book is specifically designed to engage students with statutory interpretation and equip them with improved skills required for future legal practice.5/5(2).

    Several times each month, we are pleased to republish a recent book review from the Canadian Law Library Review ().CLLR is the official journal of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL/ACBD), and its reviews cover both practice-oriented and academic publications related to the law.. The Fundamentals of Statutory Interpretation. of interpretation in the administrative setting, see Michael Herz, Purposivism and Institutional Competence in Statutory Interpretation, MICH. ST. L. REV. 89 (). 2 In places, the report also refers to opinions of United States courts of appeals and scholarly discussion of statutory interpretation generally.


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To speak of a modern approach to statutory interpretation involves some sense of mutation over time. Why use the word ‘modern’ if the approach is timeless and unvarying. In fact, standards and styles of statutory interpretation clearly do change over time.

Neil Duxbury in his book Elements of Legislation 1 provides a helpful guide here Cited by: 1. The Fundamentals of Statutory Interpretation also critiques the various facets of the modern principle with a view to help identify more convincing interpretations of legislative intent.

In addition, it tackles complicated issues concerning both the temporal application of statutes, such as retroactivity and retrospectivity, and when. : Modern Statutory Interpretation: Problems, Theories, and Lawyering Strategies (): Linda D. Jellum, David Charles Hricik: BooksCited by: 5.

Modern Statutory Interpretation Philip Sales ∗ Most of the law which the courts are called on to apply is statutory. Yet statutory interpretation languishes as a subject of study.

For the most part, law students are expected to pick it up by a sort of process of osmosis. It’s more fun and engaging to study cases, as vignettes of real Size: KB. This book is designed to teach statutory interpretation skills.

It uses a combination of traditional cases along with problems to accomplish that objective. Broadly organized around the process of interpretation, it focuses first on the plain meaning of the text and then addresses the question of whether and, if so, when courts will examine.

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A Note From the SLS Conference at Oxford. Every student of law will know about the ‘sources of law’: statues, judicial reasoning, European legislation and cases.

They will be familiar with the cannons of statutory interpretation, the so called Literal, Golden and Mischief rules, purposive and contextual interpretation.

All students will have studied. This casebook is designed to teach statutory interpretation as a lawyering process. It uses a combination of traditional cases along with problems to accomplish that objective. Broadly organized around the process of interpretation, it focuses first on the plain meaning of the text and then addresses the question of whether and, if so, when Author: Linda D.

Jellum, David Charles Hricik. This book is designed to teach statutory interpretation skills. It uses a combination of traditional cases along with problems to accomplish that objective.

Broadly organized around the process of interpretation, it focuses first on the plain meaning of the text and then addresses the question of whether and, if so, when courts will examine sources other than the text. This book is designed to teach statutory interpretation skills.

It uses a combination of traditional cases along with problems to accomplish that objective. Broadly organized around the process of interpretation, it focuses first on the plain meaning of the text and then addresses the question of whether and, if so, when courts will examine Book Edition: Second Edition.

The modern approach to statutory interpretation is discussed in Kingston v Keprose. Summary of the method of interpreting statute On first interpreting the act, one must take, as stated by McHugh JA in Keprose, “the grammatical interpretation” since the court is, as stated by O’Connor J in Potter, “bound by the literal interpretation”.

This book takes a new approach to statutory interpretation. The authors consider the fundamental importance of context in statutory interpretation across various fields of regulation and explore the problems, which arise from the frequent disjunction between regulatory design and subsequent statutory interpretation.

William D. Popkin is Walter W. Foskett Professor of Law at Indiana University and author of Materials on Legislation: Political Language and the Political Process. This book is designed to teach statutory interpretation skills. It uses a combination of traditional cases along with problems to accomplish that objective.

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In the foreword to the 8th edition of this work the then Chief Justice of the High Court, the Honourable Robert French AC, said: ‘The book is lucid, well organised and eminently readable, whether from cover. Statutory Interpretation 5 II. THE IUS COMMUNE AND PRINCIPLES OF AUTHORITY At first sight, however, the starting point of at least the Roman law half of the ius commune appears to have been very different from that of modern law.

It actually appears to. Statutory interpretation is the process by which courts interpretation, because the statutory text has a democratic legitimation, and "sensible" interpretations are risky, in particular in view of German history.

"Sensible" means different things to different people. The modern common law perception that courts actually make law is very. Statutory Interpretation: Theories, Tools, and Trends Congressional Research Service 1 Introduction “No vehicles in the park.” For decades, lawyers have debated the proper scope of this hypothetical law.1 The rule at first appears admirably straightforward, but thought experiments applying the law quickly revealFile Size: 1MB.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Modern Statutory Interpretation: Problems, Theories, and Lawyering Strategies by David Charles Hricik and Linda D.

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Roman legal system of the late medieval that has influenced modern system of legal jurisprudence to a great extent also depended over the process of statutory interpretation in the context of applying legal norms on the social backdrop.