The Time for Legal Educators to Be Bold
In one of his most celebrated dissents, Justice Louis D. Brandeis addressed an issue not likely to come before the U.S. Supreme Court again: whether the state of Oklahoma could regulate distributors of ice as a public utility. Although the legal question in the 1932 case of New State Ice v. Liebmann1 was a product of its time, a passage from the Brandeis dissent, in which he disagreed with the majority decision finding the regulation unconstitutional, has continued vitality today. Brandeis wrote:
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