Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1999

Abstract

Students place tens of thousands of posters around law schools each year – in staircases, on walls, and on bulletin boards. Rarely, however, do formal disputes about postering arise. Students know how far to go – and go no farther despite numerous avenues for postering deviance: blizzarding, megasigns, commercial or scurrilous signs. What is the history of poster law? What are its norms and rules, privileges and procedures? Is poster law effident? Is it just?

Disciplines

Law | Legal Education | Legal History

Comments

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Center/Program

Center for Law and Economic Studies

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