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On Education By Immanuel Kant
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Kant's political teaching may be summarized in a phrase: republican government and international organization. In more characteristically Kantian terms, it is doctrine of the state based upon the law... More > (Rechtsstaat) and of eternal peace. Indeed, in each of these formulations, both terms express the same idea: that of legal constitution or of "peace through law." ... Taken simply by itself, Kant's political philosophy, being essentially a legal doctrine, rejects by definition the opposition between moral education and the play of passions as alternate foundations for social life. The state is defined as the union of men under law. The state rightly so called is constituted by laws which are necessary a priori because they flow from the very concept of law. A regime can be judged by no other criteria nor be assigned any other functions, than those proper to the lawful order as such. -History of Political Philosophy, edited by Leo Strauss and Joseph Cropsey, The University of Chicago Press< Less
EQUITY POLICIES IN EDUCATION A LEGAL EVALUATION OF INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSES By solomon Faakye
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EQUITY POLICIES IN EDUCATION A LEGAL EVALUATION OF INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSES By solomon Faakye
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Legal Case Brief Workbook By John Crane
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Located at the heart of every legal education is the critical evaluation of legal cases. Case analysis is deemed by many leading legal minds to be one of the best tools for acquisition and... More > application of course material to real world conditions. One of the problems, from the student’s perspective, is the amount of time it takes to read, digest and write out formal case briefs. Faced with this problem and a generally time crunched daily routine, student’s often turn to commercially prepared case briefs and/or outlines. This action does not allow for internalization of the material necessary to gain a high level of comprehension. This book template provide an organizational strategy for your cases throughout your classes, and law school career.< Less
VALUE AND IMPORTANCE OF LEGAL STUDIES By Joseph Story, LL.D.
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I have heard the call by leading academic figures for new scholarship efforts in the area of “original intent,” or “original documents” concerning the founding principles of ... More > the Constitution of the United States. More to the point, in these sources will we find, so to speak, an owner's manual of sorts for American Government and Society? This Discourse by Joseph Story, U.S. Supreme Court Justice (1811-1845) and Harvard’s first Dane Professor of Law (1829- 1845), is an original source filled with a great wealth of worthwhile instruction, since he sets forth the principles in which he would educate lawyers for the next 34 years. Due to the Author’s standing, and that his constitutional works were law school texts for about a century, what he says, carries significant import as to the Framers original intent, and the Court's ruling along those lines.< Less
VALUE AND IMPORTANCE OF LEGAL STUDIES By Joseph Story, LL.D.
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I have heard the call by leading academic figures for new scholarship efforts in the area of “original intent,” or “original documents” concerning the founding principles of ... More > the Constitution of the United States. More to the point, in these sources will we find, so to speak, an owner's manual of sorts for American Government and Society? This Discourse by Joseph Story, U.S. Supreme Court Justice (1811-1845) and Harvard’s first Dane Professor of Law (1829- 1845), is an original source filled with a great wealth of worthwhile instruction, since he sets forth the principles in which he would educate lawyers for the next 34 years. Due to the Author’s standing, and that his constitutional works were law school texts for about a century, what he says, carries significant import as to the Framers original intent, and the Court's ruling along those lines.< Less
A HANDBOOK OF LEGAL TERMINOLOGIES: LAWYERS' COMPANION By Jideoni Charles
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This book is a reference repository for all those in the legal profession, especially the bench and the bar; having in view a more mature prosecution, tidier litigation and faultless administration... More > of justice. This book is written not only for legal practitioners themselves, but almost equally also for the general readership at large, who might wish to broaden their scope of diction, comprehension, discrimination and appreciation in any legal writs or court proceedings. Consequently, therefore, this will stand them (the latter of course) in a very good stead to know when their rights are being infringed upon or when they are over-stepping their bounds, and encroaching on the other person’s rights. It is for the above reasons, therefore, that I strongly recommend the present work for the professional post-ventive necessary use of the learned gentlemen of the long robe in particular, and for the preventive cosmetic use of the educated ladies and gentlemen in general.< Less
Supreme Court Justices: Demographic Characteristics, Professional Experience, and Legal Education, 1789-2010 By Susan Navarro Smelcer, Congressional Research Service
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On May 1, 2009, Justice David H. Souter announced his retirement as an Associate Justice when the U.S. Supreme Court recessed for the summer. To fill this vacancy, President Barack Obama selected... More > Sonia Sotomayor, a judge from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. In announcing the nomination, President Obama noted her Ivy League education and extensive judicial experience. President Obama also emphasized Sotomayor’s life story, discussing in particular her upbringing as a child of Puerto Rican born parents in a Bronx housing project. The Sotomayor nomination prompted renewed discussion among Senators, media commentators, and scholars regarding racial, ethnic, gender, religious, professional, and educational diversity on the Court. With the upcoming retirement of Justice John Paul Stevens, announced on April 9, 2010, this discussion is likely to be renewed. With his departure, the Court will lose its only protestant Christian member.< Less
A Handbook of Legal Terminologies: Lawyers' Companion By Jideoni Charles
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This book is a reference repository for all those in the legal profession, especially the bench and the bar; having in view a more mature prosecution, tidier litigation and faultless administration... More > of justice. This book is written not only for legal practitioners themselves, but almost equally also for the general readership at large, who might wish to broaden their scope of diction, comprehension, discrimination and appreciation in any legal writs or court proceedings. Consequently, therefore, this will stand them (the latter of course) in a very good stead to know when their rights are being infringed upon or when they are over-stepping their bounds, and encroaching on the other person’s rights. It is for the above reasons, therefore, that I strongly recommend the present work for the professional post-ventive necessary use of the learned gentlemen of the long robe in particular, and for the preventive cosmetic use of the educated ladies and gentlemen in general.< Less
A HANDBOOK OF LEGAL TERMINOLOGIES: LAWYERS' COMPANION By Jideoni Charles
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This book is a reference repository for all those in the legal profession, especially the bench and the bar; having in view a more mature prosecution, tidier litigation and faultless administration... More > of justice. This book is written not only for legal practitioners themselves, but almost equally also for the general readership at large, who might wish to broaden their scope of diction, comprehension, discrimination and appreciation in any legal writs or court proceedings. Consequently, therefore, this will stand them (the latter of course) in a very good stead to know when their rights are being infringed upon or when they are over-stepping their bounds, and encroaching on the other person’s rights. It is for the above reasons, therefore, that I strongly recommend the present work for the professional post-ventive necessary use of the learned gentlemen of the long robe in particular, and for the preventive cosmetic use of the educated ladies and gentlemen in general.< Less