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The law of politics
This book is the first dedicated monograph on the law on democratic politics in Australia. It synthesises the law on elections, with a central focus on political parties, parliamentary elections and referenda at Federal and State levels. It unearths the rules that apply to elections and referenda, campaigning and political broadcasting, and political parties and money. It explains them in their political context and, while it draws on some local government case law, its focus is parliamentary politics. The longest chapter of the book is devoted to the role of courts in overseeing elections, particularly the jurisdiction of petitioning or challenging election outcomes. Orr uses all five sources of electoral law, its development, expression and interpretation, in Australia: constitutions; courts and tribunals; legislation; parliamentary committees; and electoral commissions. He documents the extraordinary detail of the legislation (there has to be a pencil in each electoral booth!) and the array of obscure cases the law has given rise to. --
Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-288) and index.
|Statement||Graeme Orr ; foreword by Colin A. Hughes|
|LC Classifications||KU2176 .O77 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 292 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||2011486535|
In the first book, Aristotle discusses the city (polis) or as he likes to call it a "political association" (koinōnia politikē). He states that this city and other cities like it are designed and created with the purpose of achieving happiness or something good. US politics Business Tech Science Opinion The Guardian view Columnists Letters Opinion videos Cartoons Sport Soccer About 3, results for Politics books.
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"The Politics of Law" is a collection of essays by legal scholars from a progressive point of view, or rather a range of progressive points of view. Every major topic of law has one or two essays criticizing the current legislation and jurisprudence from a leftist perspective/5(6).
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This book develops the law of political economy as a new field of scholarly enquiry. Bringing together an exceptional group of scholars, it provides a novel conceptual framework for studying the role of law and legal instruments in political economy contexts, with a focus on historical transformations and central challenges in both European and global contexts.
This book deals with the interdisciplinary connections of the study of law and politics. It discusses jurisprudence and the philosophy of law, constitutional law, politics and theory, judicial politics, and law Author: Keith E.
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The idea that disagreement is healthy in a free society, and that politics is a more appropriate resolution than law, was argued brilliantly. It is a little disappointing that despite claiming to expand on the lecture, this slight book - a pamphlet, really - is pretty much verbatim the same as the lecture/5(32).
The Politics of Law is the most widely read critique of the nature and role of the law in American society. This revised edition continues the book's concrete focus on the major subjects and fields of law. New essays on emerging fields and the latest trends and cases have been added to updated versions of the now-classic essays from earlier editions.
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Aristotle states that the underlying principle of all democracy is liberty, but the concept of liberty can be interpreted in two different ways. Under one interpretation, liberty means an even interchange between ruling and being ruled by all freeborn citizens.
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Law is also the means by which government itself is structured, regulated and controlled. It is no surprise, then, that law is an important prize in the political struggle and that law shapes how politics is conducted. The scholarly study of law and politics is a growing and diverse field.
It is not enough to say a citizen is someone who lives in the city or has access to the courts of law, since these rights are open to resident aliens and even slaves.
Rather, Aristotle suggests that a citizen is someone who shares in the administration of justice and the holding of public office. This book is the first dedicated monograph on the law on democratic politics in Australia. It synthesises the law on elections, with a central focus on political parties, parliamentary elections and referenda at Federal and State levels.
Review: Is Law Political. Ronald Collins and David Skover's 'The Judge: 26 Machiavellian Lessons' shows how certain judges maximise judicial power while some fail to make use of the opportunity. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LAW AND POLITICS DR. MIRO CERAR* ABSTRACT: This article examines some basic characteristics of the relationship between national and international law and politics.
The law functions in relation to politics in three basic aspects, namely as Cited by: 4.The study of law is deeply intertwined with the democratic political process and the institutional structure of government. What makes NYU Law exceptional is the breadth and depth of expertise in political science and related disciplines that the faculty brings to exploring the law-politics interface.In titling this book The Politics of International Law I have sought to exploit the double meaning of this phrase.
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