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the branch of philosophy concerned with the law and the principles that lead courts to make the decisions they do

the collection of rules imposed by authority

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The unique feature of this sufi order is that it is a distinctive jurisprudence Fiqhi school of thought as well.
He formulates an interpretive system of legal phenomena suitable to Chinese conditions that is based on reassessing the influence on the field of Chinese legal studies of semantic analysis jurisprudence, a part of Anglo-American analytical jurisprudence that treats right and duty as the primary content of the law.
Malaysia can benefit from evaluating opinions from other schools of Islamic jurisprudence besides the officially recognised Shafie teachings, Penang Mufti Datuk Wan Salim Wan Mohd Noor said.
In his provocative new book, A Realistic Theory of Law, (1) Brian Tamanaha offers a variety of insightful analyses and conclusions that may shake up analytical jurisprudence for years to come.
When Pau Luque, editor of this special issue of Critica devoted to legal philosophy, first approached me with the idea of writing a contribution for it, he strongly piqued my interest by mentioning his intention to explore whether general jurisprudence is philosophically interesting, and to do so using as a springboard into this topic, David Enoch's recent claim that it is not.
Women members of the Council last March had demanded that the issuing of fatwas should not be limited to men, through the involvement of female academies specialized in the study of jurisprudence in issuing fatwas.
"Among the formal sources of law, jurisprudence and doctrine are more interpretative than creative sources of law and jurisprudence main role is to interpret the law and only secondary to create new legal rules, because the judge's mission is first and foremost to enforce the law.
" Academic engagements between academician and social leaders should be encouraged for evolving an objective and dispassionate narrative on Hindu Jurisprudence," Madhav, the director of the India Foundation told M AIL T ODAY .
A reformed Islamic personal Status Law put by the Islamic Jurisprudence Court deemed essential for protecting the Muslim family and its personal status law is in the offing, Mufti Deryan disclosed.
In 2013, the 83rd Texas Legislative Session passed a law that specifies new continuing education requirements for all nurses to complete at least 2 hours of continuing education related to nursing jurisprudence and ethics before the end of every third, two-year licensing period.
This essay is a brief discussion of how wild law and environmental ethics can combine with energy medicine to develop, a system of CAM that is not only sustainable but supports the ethos of Earth jurisprudence (1) and locates humankind in its appropriate place in the biosphere.
(4) Through an evolution in the court system that gave birth to problem solving courts, and the emerging field of therapeutic jurisprudence, we see an ability to reform and rehabilitate individuals in such a way that the individual who enters the criminal system is not necessarily the same person who must emerge from the other side.
The guidelines include the establishment of a Financial Regulation Advisory Council of Experts (FRACE) to advise the CBN on Islamic jurisprudence.
The CEU School of Law and Jurisprudence, a young law school, ranked second behind UP in the 2014 Bar Examinations based on statistics of passers among new candidates or first timers, the
SOCIAL THEORY OF LAW AT THE CENTER OF HISTORICAL JURISPRUDENCE