All in the Family: The Apocalyptic Legal Tradition as Crit Theory


This essay compares the Evangelical manifestation of legal education with the political evolution of the critical legal studies movement. It suggests that the pedagogical methods, the concentration on historical criticism and the political origins suggest a familial relationship between the two groups that would appear to be diametrically opposed.


Law and Society | Legal Education | Religion Law

Date of this Version

February 2006