In this article, focus is on how the Zimbabwean author Chitsike debates the role of traditional African customary law in relationship to the application of modern law
to solving problems that arise in contexts where property rights for spouses are threatened by the greed of relatives who want to benefit from getting the property that they have not worked for.
The modernist biases of orientalism, however--again, according to Hallaq--are not simple analytic errors that can be overcome by greater theoretical consciousness: they are part and parcel of a modernist political project whose goal was to destroy traditional systems of governance (which included, but were not limited to, Islamic law) and to replace them with modern institutions, including modern law
, that could more effectively serve the instrumental goal of capital accumulation.
Cato Supreme Court Review: 2008-2009" is a must read for anyone studying the development of modern law
Other Blackwell legal journals include "Criminology," "Criminology and Public Policy," "The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice," the "Journal of Empirical Legal Studies," "Law and Social Inquiry," "Law & Policy," "Legal Studies," "Law & Society Review" and "The Modern Law
The books covers various topics including how effective risk management systems can help to maximize a firm's profitability; the value of a self-audit and how to conduct one; how the digital age has affected risk for the modern law
practice; the main elements of risk management for law firms; and how to implement risk management systems.
Computers are now as much a part of modern law
enforcement as the baton, sidearm, radio, and handcuffs," he says.
The press body in Jordan calls on both Houses of Parliament to take this moment of partial reprieve granted by the Senate's courageous stand, and go the extra mile towards enacting a modern law
that shows the beautiful face of Jordan as one of reform, grace and compassion, which would reverse the stereotyping we receive in the world as unyielding forces of retardation and regressing.
Clarendon Place has been a superb base for Wright Hassall but our new offices are absolutely perfect for a modern law
In addition to resources to fund law enforcement officers and modern law
enforcement technology, he stressed the need for a more holistic solution to reverse the violent crime trends.
Archers designed and fitted out the building as an open plan internal layout, suitable for a modern law
Editorial focuses on meeting "the pressing demands of the modern law
practice," the company said, and includes information on: documentation management, preparation and processing; staff operations; accountability; discovery; attorney support; trial technology and support; record archiving; best practices; and, electronic document discovery.
Adoption: The modern procedure is described as a companion volume to the same publishers' Adoption: The modern law
(Caroline Bridge and HHJ Swindells) which appeared in 2003 and explained the principal features of the 2002 Act, in the absence--necessarily at the time--of any of the secondary legislation.
of Glasgow, UK) gathers 24 previously published articles from such periodicals as the Modern Law
Review, American Journal of Law and Medicine, and Journal of Medical Ethics, all of which originally appeared between 1995 and 2003.
While royal titles were historically a prerogative act, the monarch could choose which name to be known by at accession, the modern law
regarding title has been regulated by statute.
We consistently find that modern law
firms require about 38-43% of their total space for support functions, as distinct from attorney space at the window, or corridor and secretarial space.