25 Minn. J. Int'l L. 29 (2016)
Snoozing Democracy: Sunset Clauses, De-Juridification, and Emergencies

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Snoozing Democracy:


Sunset Clauses, De-Juridification, and
Emergencies*


Antonios Kouroutakis**
Sofia Ranchordds**



          [There is] no cure for law but more law.

                         -Karl Llewellyn1





       The authors would like to thank all of the participants of the De-
Juridification at Times of Crisis Conference held at the London School of
Economics and Political Science in October 2014 for their insightful comments
and feedback.
    ** Postdoctoral Fellow, Free University of Berlin. D.Phil., University of
Oxford; LL.M., University of California at Los Angeles.
    ** Resident Fellow, Yale Law   School &   Assistant Professor of
Constitutional & Administrative Law, Tilburg Law School, The Netherlands.
Ph.D., University of Utrecht; LL.B., LL.M., Catholic University of Portugal. I
would like to thank the Niels Stensen Fellowship for the financial support of
my research and the Information Society Project at Yale Law School for the
wonderful research environment.
    1. In the context of teaching first-year law students, Karl Llewellyn wrote:

    Details, unnumbered, shifting, sharp, disordered, unchartable, jagged.
    And all of this that goes on in class but an excuse to start you on a
    wilderness of other matters you need. The thicket presses in, the great
    hooked spikes rip clothes and hide and eyes. High sun, no path, no
    light, thirst and the thorns. I fear there is no cure. No cure for law
    but more law. No vision save at the cost of plunging deeper.

KARL LLEWELLYN, THE BRAMBLE BUSH: ON OUR LAW AND ITS STUDY (1930),
reprinted in CHRIS GOODRICH, ANARCHY AND ELEGANCE: CONFESSIONS OF A
JOURNALIST AT YALE LAW SCHOOL 9, 9 (2002).

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