Professor Sales Reflects on Supreme Court Justice Scalia
Associate Professor of Law Nathan Sales recently published an article on the impact of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on his legacy and impact on legal education.
In the National Review article, Sales notes, “He made textualism and originalism respectable. Conservative jurisprudence could no longer be dismissed as ‘irritable mental gestures which seek to resemble ideas,’ as Trilling put it. Justice Scalia’s adversaries had to take him seriously. They had to take his ideas seriously.”