Legal studies

Understanding Legal Argument: The Five Types of Argument

I have been teaching about legal reasoning and legal argumentation for years. When I do so, I try to impress…

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The Ethics of Teacher-Student Relationships

When I was starting out in my academic career, I was assigned a senior colleague as a mentor. This is…

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Jean Bodin on Sovereignty

Most of the books on politics produced in France in the last quarter of the sixteenth century were controversial tracts

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Theory Of Separation Of Powers

Two methods may be employed for distributing governmental powers, territorial and functional.

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Conventions of the Constitution

Conventions of the Constitution are rules of the constitution that are not enforced by the law courts. Because the law courts…

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Failure of Integrating the Responsibility to Protect Law in Syria and Its Implementation in Libya

The study examined the principles of Responsibility to Protect (thereafter R2P) and then analyzed its application in Libya and the…

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United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS)

The Law of the Sea is a group of international laws that relate to the principles and rules that concern…

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Liberty: Definition And Meaning

Liberty, in the sense of a complete absence of restraint, cannot exist. We cannot live together without common rules. The…

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Nature of International Law

nternational law may be defined as the body of principles and rules generally recognized as binding by the community of…

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