legal science


Also found in: Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
CAIRO - 19 August 2019:Amid heightened security measures, the first trial of ousted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir over the charges of corruption was held on Monday at the Judicial and Legal Science Institute in Khartoum.
The trial which is held at the Judicial and Legal Science Institute in Khartoum was witnessed by al-Bashir supporters who chanted ''Allahu Akbar'' when he appeared in court in a cage wearing a traditional white robe and turban.
Cementing a solid theoretical grounding for the discipline, legal historians and comparatists place this subject at the forefront of legal science. Comprehensive in coverage, "Comparative Legal History" deftly collates theory and method for comparative legal history, as well as discussing international legal sources and judicial and civil institutions.
It can be understood as a further development of approaches that emerge in the positivist legal science of the 19th century" (KELSEN, 1992, p.
Bujar, want a rule to be applied in Macedonia that is not applied anywhere else in regard to any minority in the world is a problem of your party, not a problem of the legal science and the expert analysis," Karakamiseva said.
Fundamentally then Unger argues that the method of reasoned elaboration of law, the attempt to split the difference between rationalism and historicism represents a 'watered down' version of 19th century legal science. For the 19th century jurist each sphere of social life had an inbuilt, objective legal content discoverable by reason.
The International Association of Legal Science is overseeing the publication of the encyclopedia, and this issue of the fifth in a projected 17 volumes focuses on succession.
In the Soviet legal science, as well as in the legislative acts of the
Although appealing, we cannot consider yet that the communication of law could be considered a separate auxiliary legal science. Instead, due to its highly theoretical content, it should be considered, at least for now, a field of study within the general theory of law.
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." (15) When Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote in 1887 that "[t]he life of the law has not been logic: it has been experience," (16) he was directing us to look at how the law interacted with society.
The preceding doctrinal discussions, recommendations of the United Nations, and decisions of a number of national courts give rise to the need for doctrinal understanding of this issue based on the peculiar features of Russia and achievements of Russian legal science. At the moment, issues of countering global climate change in Russia are rarely studied.
For Villey, Thomas seeks to establish legal science not about 'the nature of man' individually considered, as will the strange pretension of modern and where modern will infer in this attribute isolated man, his power, his 'subjective right'; but on the basis of a natural given more fruitful, from the observation of the present social order in the body, on the 'cosmic nauture' a fair objective relation.