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Law, an introduction

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Bart Wernaart

on 16 February 2016

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Transcript of Law, an introduction

What is law?
Organizing just behaviour -> substantive law
Maintaining organized just behaviour -> formal law
Why do we need law?
Law, an introduction
This course:
LAW:
1. - What is law and why do we need it?
- Sources of law
2. Legal families and comparative law
3. - International economic cooperation
- WTO
4. -Worldbank
-IMF
5. The European Union
6. 4 constitutions
7. cases and trial
8. Rehearse exam

ETHICS:
1. Ethics for dummies
2. People
Literature: See portal.
Exam:
-written;
-50 % open and 50 % mc questions;
-closed book;
-Relevant legislation is attached.
Private law
Public law
Law
Justice
Opportuness
Legal certainty
Sources of law
Natural law vs Positivist law
Legal certainty
Focus on form
Legal uncertainty
Focus on principles/content
Codified standards
Application of law
Custom
Legal writings and teachings
Non legal writing and teachings
International
Domestic
Treaties, covenants, conventions
Bilateral/ multilateral
Constitutional law vs lower legislation
Hierarchy of codified standards
Federation; republic; monarchy; totalitarian state
Monism vs Dualism
Case law
Administrative law
Military law
Ius Cogens
Usus
Opinio iure sive necessitatis
Principles that are commonly accepted
Human rights?

Fairness
Reasonableness
Equality
VS.
Thank you for
your kind attention
Please, prepare case 1
Therese van Oosterhout & Bart Wernaart
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