Law in Contemporary Society

Personal Introduction

I have always viewed the law from a position of disdain and criticism. My sojourn into law school is driven by my distaste of criticism of any institution, apparatus, or ideology taken from a position of naiveté and ignorance about the nature and internal logic of that structure.

Law school for me is a chance to understand the internal spaces of law, an opportunity to test its assumptions and my own. By grappling with the law I hope to find some means of achieving alternatives to its dominance, or at least some hope in the eventual purification of its purpose.

-- By RyRavenholt - 28 Jan 2015


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