This column picks up where yesterday’s leaves off: with Michigan Supreme Court Justice Robert P. Young, Jr., at a Q&A session of the Muskegon Tea Party meeting, September 28, 2010.
At any rate, Justice Young in an article published in the Texas Review of Law and Politics (Tex. Rev. Law & Pol. 299, Spring, 2004. 299-) had much to say about our common law. I want to make sure I haven’t taken things out of context, so please read it for yourself, here. Here’s how he sets up his argument: FULL STORY
STATE JURISPRUDENCE, THE ROLE OF THE COURTS, AND THE RULE OF LAW:
SOCIETY: PANEL II: A Judicial Traditionalist Confronts the Common Law
NAME: Robert P. Young, Jr.*