liberal theory, critical legal studies
In a recent article Professor Galloway has argued that supporters of the Critical Legal Studies perspective make five fundamental errors in their analyses of liberal theory and as a result have failed in their deconstructive agenda. In this essay Professor Devlin replies to these criticisms and posits that Galloway's essay in retrieval is itself subject to the very same errors of which he accuses the "crits". Moreover, it is argued that the nature of Galloway 's partial defence of liberalism confirms rather than denies the accuracy of critical assessments.
Richard Devlin, "Doubting Donald: A Reply to Professor Donald Galloway's 'Critical Mistakes'" (1991) 11 Windsor YB Access Just 178.