But again, as jurists
, we all know that the textual provisions on the rule of law do not automatically translate into adherence or obedience.The textual-cultural gap in implementing existing constitutions remains an endemic African governance problem what Prof Walter Hastings Okoth Ogendo once called the paradox of having constitutions without constitutionalism.
In the course of this process of validation, later Shafii jurists
often back-projected their own concept of maslaha onto al-Shafii's legal reasoning (al-Juwayni, al-Burhan, ed.
Yet, the rigid application of Article 62 has raised question among jurists
, because no proof is demanded from any candidate about his or her being "sagacious, righteous, non-profligate, honest and ameen," before swearing them in as members of the Shura.
According to The National Jurist
, the rankings are "designed to find the law schools where graduates have excellent chances of passing the bar and getting a legal job without taking on a ton of debt."
However, 'mere blind following' is not favored and 'following the opinion of a credulous mufti or jurist
' as an expert opinion is supported.
He focuses on crucial stages in the development of the law, from a mysterious normative order that was a part of religious belief, to an abstract form of normative reasoning that is recognizable to the modern jurist
of any tradition.
Islamic legal thought; a compendium of Muslim jurists
Ten years ago, the judiciary instituted the Federal Law Clerk Hiring Plan, (1) an employment system meant to regularize hiring in which most circuit and district court jurists
In a separate decree, Ayatollah Khamenei appointed Hojjatoleslam Mehdi Shabzendedar as the new jurist
of the body, replacing recently deceased member of the council Ayatollah Gholamreza Rezvani.
Responding to situation one of the vice presidents and a British Jurist
, Sir Justice Gavin Lightman told Daily Mirror "I was never consulted on the statement issued by Mr.