Recent policyless and lawless business decisions have prompted the judiciary and legislature to erode managerial discretion and judgment. This Article is a primer on the theoretical, practical, and pedagogical requirements for a legal-managerial school of thought to measure the business losses created by these judicial and legislative responses. A legal-managerial school must provide a theoretical evaluation of law and public policy, a practical integration of legal analysis and business methodology, and a pedagogical expansion of legal thinking to include business information. This Article initiates the debate on how a legal-managerial school of thought can further the study, practice, and teaching of jurisprudence and business disciplines, and ultimately provide lawyers and managers with tools for business decision making.
James E. Holloway,
A Primer on the Theory, Practice, and Pedagogy Underpinning a School of Thought on Law and Business,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mjlr/vol38/iss3/3