There is no Nobel prize for law. This lack is not in itself a cause for concern, since the discipline of law is replete with its own rewards. But some cause for concern inheres in the implication that law provides very few examples of the kinds of contributions to humanity that merit Nobel prizes.
Alfred F. Conard,
The Nobel Prize for Law,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
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