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Legal Theory Blog ‘Highly Recommends’ Prof. Brenner Fissell’s ‘Nondelegation & Criminal Law’

Brenner M. Fissell, Associate Professor of Law

The article “Nondelegation and Criminal Law” by Professor Brenner M. Fissell is featured in an Oct. 25 post by Georgetown University Law Center professor Lawrence Solum on the Law Theory Blog, an influential blog that focuses on developments in contemporary normative and positive legal theory.

The post by Solum, the editor of the Law Theory Blog, notes that the article has been added to SSRN, presents the full abstract and concludes with “Highly recommended.”

View the post on the Law Theory Blog website.

View Professor Fissell’s article on the SSRN website.

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