Constituting Law: Legal Argument and Social Values

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Legal argument involves a search for reasons which resonate. These reasons are often derived from various sources other than domestic legal principles, sources which include history, morality, economics, philosophy, psychology, human rights discourse and international legal or commercial thought and practice. An advocate may be required to marshal these principles in order to argue a case successfully; similarly a judge in order to decide a case. This edited collection provides a point of departure as to the possibilities, ...

Constituting Law: Legal Argument and Social Values 2011, Federation Press, Annandale, NSW

ISBN-13: 9781862878303

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