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Already almost two decades "Themis" contributes to the prestige of the legal profession and the consolidation of the legal community in Russia, promotes the formation of the rule of law and strengthens the links between legal science, education and practice.
Although appealing, we cannot consider yet that the communication of law could be considered a separate auxiliary legal science.
Richard Posner traces the roots of interdisciplinary legal scholarship to "[t]he late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, to Bentham's utilitarian (essentially economic) theory of criminal punishment and in Savigny's historicist conception of legal science, which influenced Holmes, [and then] to Max Weber.
The use of empirical methods in legal science can lead to results that cannot be achieved by the methods of traditional law research.
I am no lawyer, and I don't believe that legal science has a definitive answer to this either.
It's always a good opportunity to make a step together to contribute to legal science and share our common ideas.
It expresses the programmatic demand for legal science to be established and constructed as an empirical science, in the same relativistic spirit and after the same methodological pattern that applies to all modern science which is not purely formal-logical in nature (23).
Savigny's historicist legal science appeals to the rationalizations of legal science in order to endow historical data with both conceptual stability and intellectual authority.
Akram Gouram, a 20-year-old legal science student agreed, noting that advanced training courses should be compulsory for students as a way to supplement their training.
The integration of Chinese international lawyers in the global international legal science network eventually established an effective mechanism for the diffusion of international legal concepts--in other words, normative isomorphism.
Portuguese, French, and German were the mother tongues of my training in law, legal science, jurisprudence, and philosophy of law.
As a social and professional organization, the association strives to maintain the honor and dignity of the profession of law; to promote the welfare of the bar and its members; to cultivate social intercourse among its members; and to promote awareness of legal science and the administration of justice.