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I am no lawyer, and I don't believe that legal science has a definitive answer to this either.
The law-making element of Legalism is thus not characterised as legislative, because it is at all times thought to be constrained by the objectivity of legal science.
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.
Output 1: Policy makers at national and regional levels, as well as officials responsible for the management of renewable and non-renewable natural resources, have legal science, and business related to the sustainable management of natural resources.
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.
They employed the latest in medical and legal science, and they consulted leading experts in these fields.
It is a taut presentation of legal science and is similar to the roadmap within the argument section.
He hopes to have demonstrated that the unique perspective of Vacarius was heuristic, rather than doctrinal, resolving problems in theology or sacramentology "by the universal application of legal science," motivated by a concern for practical pastoral needs (294).
This insightful and provocative history of modern legal science aims to explain how this fundamental change in the nature of law occurred.
The new legal science pioneered in the works of Apel, Lagus, Nicolas Vigelius (1529-1600), and other early and middle sixteenth-century German Protestant jurists was strongly influenced by the topical method of the Reformer Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560) and developed over the next two centuries by jurists throughout Europe, both Roman Catholic and Protestant.