Pages tagged with Legal System

“The law of the Union is ever growing and it seems now certain that, with the terms law of the Union, we refer not to a specific domain of the law but to a legislative and jurisprudential setting similar to that of a State.”(1) This introduction underlines the existence of a se...
Since 1957, the legal system of the European Union has gained an ever growing independence from the rest of the international legal order but also from the Member States' legal systems. Today, the EU operates on the same ground as the biggest countries around the world.
This article discusses the reasons for the law and just why many of us chose to brush up on it!
I am not saying drugs are good or bad, I have done them and dont any longer. Just sharing some thoughts and asking for your opinions.
Based on the demonstrated similarities and differences between the common and civil legal systems, I discussed the feasibility of their convergence. To this end, first, I presented the common and civil legal systems with their histories and structures. Then, I discussed the theory of ...
Sometimes the general public can't help wonder if lawyers are presenting all the facts in a court trial. Do they present only those that are able to support their case? Can we really still trust the justice system?
When we turn a deaf ear to the fate of the children of the incarcerated, we have committed an intolerable injustice on humanity. No where in the lowest functioning of a human being is it written to neglect, dismiss or negate our moralistic responsibility to those who constitute an unf...
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