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The Law

Author : Frederic Bastiat
ISBN : 9781599869759
Genre : Political Science
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The author interprets the function of the law and its purpose to secure rights and justice.

The Book Of The Law

Author : Aiwass (Spirit)
ISBN : OCLC:24658231
Genre : Spirit writings
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The Law Of Nations

Author : Emer de Vattel
ISBN : HARVARD:32044024189201
Genre : War (International law)
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Introducing The Law

Author : Gary N. Heilbronn
ISBN : 9781921322037
Genre : Law
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Introducing the Law 7th edition was previously published by CCH Australia.Introducing the Law provides students with a solid understanding of the Australian legal system. The 7th edition has a continued focus on tertiary legal studies and related courses. It contains a broad range of topics, including the legislative process and the role of courts in law-making, changing the law, processes and institutions for settling legal disputes and a critical evaluation of the legal system.

The Law Of Peoples

Author : John Rawls
ISBN : 0674005422
Genre : Law
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This work consists of two parts: The Idea of Public Reason Revisited and The Law of Peoples. Taken together, they are the culmination of more than 50 years of reflection on liberalism and on some pressing problems of our times. Originally published: 1999.

The Law Of Treaties Beyond The Vienna Convention

Author : Enzo Cannizzaro
ISBN : 9780199588916
Genre : Law
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This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the law of treaties as it emerges from the interplay between the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties and customary international law. It revisits the basic concepts underlying the provisions of the Vienna Convention, so as to determine the actual state of the law and its foreseeable development. In doing so, it examines some of the most controversial aspects of the law of treaties. The book first explores the influence exerted by the Vienna Convention on pre-existing customary law. Certain rules of the Convention which, at the time of its adoption, appeared to fall within the realm of progressive development, can now be regarded as customary international rules. Conversely, a number of provisions of the Convention, in particular those which have been the subject of subsequent codification work by the International Law Commission, have become obsolete. It then examines the impact exerted by the Vienna Convention on the development of other fields of international law, such as the law of international responsibility and the law of international organizations. The last section of the book is devoted to cross-cutting issues, with particular reference to the notion of jus cogens - a concept first used in the Vienna Convention in connection with the problem of the validity of treaties and which, afterwards, has acquired a legal significance going well beyond the Convention. Written by a team of renowned international lawyers, this book offers new insight into the basic concepts and methodology of the law of treaties and its problems.

The Law Of Emergencies

Author : Nan D. Hunter
ISBN : 0080949797
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Law of Emergencies discusses the legal framework for disaster response and emergency management. The book engages with and debates some of the most important Constitutional issues of our time, such as the tension between civil liberties and national security. It also examines how the law of emergencies plays out in the context of real life emergencies where individuals often have to make split-second decisions. It analyzes legal authority at the federal, state and local levels, placing the issues in historical context but concentrating on contemporary questions. This book includes primary texts, reader-friendly expository explanations, and sample discussion questions. Prior knowledge of the law is not necessary in order to use and understand this book. The contents are organized into 13 substantive chapters plus two additional chapters with problem sets, making the book especially easy to use for a separate course focused on law. The book leads students through the process of understanding both what the law requires and how to analyze issues for which there is no clear legal answer. It features materials on such critical issues as how to judge the extent of Constitutional authority for government to intervene in the lives and property of American citizens. At the same time, it also captures bread-and-butter issues such as responder liability and disaster relief methods. No other book brings these components together in a logically organized, step by step fashion. The book also features case studies of high-risk scenarios including pandemic flu, together with charts and text boxes for clarification. This book will be of interest to graduate and undergraduate students studying the major legal principles underlying emergency management and homeland security policy and operations; professionals in EM and HS; and private-sector risk managers. * Features case studies of high-risk scenarios including pandemic flu * Offers extensive analysis of legal issues from a distinguished scholar, together with charts and text boxes for clarification * Teaches readers how to think about issues crucial to the life and liberty of US citizens, including the limits of constitutional authority

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