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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

LS 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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All traditions are customs, but not all custom are traditions . Max weber: weber described three aspects to law: (1) pressure to comply is external act
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UWLS101Fred DesrochesSpring

LS 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 91 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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UWLS101Susan BrophyWinter

[LS 101] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 70 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
The law has a huge impact on all aspects of our lives. Main function = constrain peoples actions with one another (protect and control) Laws in advance
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UWLS101Awalou OuedraogoFall

[LS 101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (38 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
Function of law: social control through the systematic and orderly application of the force (r. pound, what is allowed and what is forbidden shapes hum
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

[LS 101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (49 pages long!)

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1 Dec 2016
Development over time roman law middle ages (national legislation and national codes) increasing intervention in our lives. Arbitrary violence by the g
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UWLS101Awalou OuedraogoWinter

LS 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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UWLS101purkeyFall

LS 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 47 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Like domestic violence, social attitudes in regard to sexual assault have also changed. While the common law regarded the rape of a woman as a serious
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UWLS101Awalou OuedraogoFall

LS101 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Social Contract, Sociology, Social Fact

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12 Oct 2018
Lecture 1 phenomenology of law and society. What is law: law is society and society is also law (aristotle, order vs. Law is a social contract: an agre
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

LS 101- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
All traditions are customs, but not all custom are traditions . Max weber: weber described three aspects to law: (1) pressure to comply is external act
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UWLS101Fred DesrochesSpring

LS 101- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 91 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonSummer

LS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Legal Formalism, Relate, Vicarious Liability

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22 Aug 2019
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Punitive Damages, Restraining Order, Vicarious Liability

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22 Aug 2019
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Embezzlement, Motor Vehicle Theft

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22 Aug 2019
Consensus perspective: describes society as a functionally integrated, relatively stable system held together by a basic consensus of values. Stresses
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Commoditization, Middle Ages, Bachelor Of Laws

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22 Aug 2019
Three functions of lawyers: in the middle ages, three functions of lawyers emerged : agent, advocate, and jurisconsult. Attorney: originally meant an a
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Constitution Act, 1982, Privative, Amenable Group

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22 Aug 2019
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonSummer

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Provincial Superior, Sunset Provision, Equal Protection Clause

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22 Aug 2019
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PHYS256 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Standing Wave, Ultrasound

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22 May 2020
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UWWinter

BIOL130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Scatter Plot, Box Plot, Pupillary Distance

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9 Feb 2020
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UWWinter

SCI201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Myasthenia Gravis, Neuromuscular Junction, Tetrodotoxin

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9 Feb 2020
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UWWinter

BIOL130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Internal Energy, Heat Transfer, Bond Albedo

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9 Feb 2020
_________________________________________________________: short answer questions, [0. 5] list 4 phases of matter. Solid, liquid, gas, plasma: [0. 5] i
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UWLS101Awalou OuedraogoWinter

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Deterrence Theory, Law Society, Criminal Negligence

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10 Jan 2018
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonWinter

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Constitution Act, 1867, Canada Act 1982, Provincial Superior

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20 Apr 2017
Module 5: a brief introduction to canada"s legal history. The british north america act 1867 (constitution act) and the canada act 1982: Passing of bri
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UWLS101Awalou OuedraogoFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mechanical And Organic Solidarity, Critical Legal Studies, Social Fact

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9 Oct 2018
Lecture 5 - socio-legal theory and critical perspectives. Durkheim (cid:862)it is i(cid:374) the (cid:448)er(cid:455) intestines of society that the la
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UWLS101Frances ChapmanFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Plain Meaning Rule, Ultra Vires, Headnote

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24 Feb 2013
Headnote: summary of the facts, the issues, and the decision regarding case. Citation of case: formal way case is written down, ex. Parties to a civil
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Downtown Eastside, Summary Offence, Jury Trial

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18 Nov 2018
Organization of the law - the court system. Only elected officials can legitimately exercise power on behalf of the people governed. To function well,
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Social Control, Social Change, Judicial Activism

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18 Nov 2018
Sociologists and researchers had different understandings of law. Legal pluralism: the existence of more than one legal system within a human geographi
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Adversarial System, Social Change, Alternative Dispute Resolution

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18 Nov 2018
Introduction to the functions of law: law and dispute. The existence of multiple forms of law (both state and no-state) within the same geographical so
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Responsible Government, Unanimous Consent, Ultra Vires

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18 Nov 2018
An executive or cabinet that is dependent upon the support of an elected assembly, rather than on the monarch. The rules of the game; politics, the rul
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UWLS101Awalou OuedraogoFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Empiricism, Natural Science

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29 Sep 2016
Key figures: j. bentham (1748-1832), j. austin (1790-1859)**, s. romano(1875-1947): kelsen(1881-1973), h. l. a. Natural science v. social science the p
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UWLS101Awalou OuedraogoFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Social Control, Informa, Group Cohesiveness

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2 Nov 2016
Aristotle ubi societas, ibi ius wherever there is society, there is law. (law is society; possibility of society) Aristotle and the principle of associ
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

LS 101 Chapter 7: Law and Social Change

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27 Nov 2017
Social change: means modification in the way people work, rear a family, educate their children, govern themselves, and seek ultimate meaning in life.
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonFall

LS 101 Chapter 1 - 6: Legal Studies Notes < (ONLINE Week 1 / Module 1) > (pg. 10 - 11, 15 -18, 26 - 30, 97 - 101, 114 - 116, 169 - 172 & 174 - 184)

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10 Dec 2015
1 conduct of individuals in their relationships with others: civil law: consists of a body of rules and procedures intended to govern the, criminal law
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UWLS101awalaouFall

LS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Socialist Law

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15 Sep 2016
The most dominant legal systems that are found worldwide include . Romano-germanic (civil law, common law, socialist law and islamic law) This type of
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonWinter

LS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10, 11, 12: Victimless Crime, Indian Act, Controlled Drug In The United Kingdom

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7 Apr 2017
Module 10: family law and social policy: marriage and divorce laws. Textbook chapter: chapter 7: law and social change pg. Believed there would legal r
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonFall

LS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4 & 5: Drug Court, Hashish, Homicide

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12 Dec 2015
Four major theoretical perspectives / theories on lawmaking. Concerned mainly about how laws emerge institutionalized customs . Laws are the restatemen
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

LS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Mahatma Gandhi, Social Class, Moral Development

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1 Dec 2016
Social change: modification in the way people govern themselves, and seek ultimate meaning in life. Also, refers to the restructuring of the basic ways
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonFall

LS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Corpus Juris Civilis, Legal Culture

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16 Nov 2016
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonFall

LS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Social Evolution, Dependent And Independent Variables

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11 Dec 2015
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UWLS101Patrick LalondeFall

LS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Plain Meaning Rule, Statutory Interpretation, Mischief Rule

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10 Sep 2017
Conflict model: value diversity, unequal access to economic goods, and the resulting structural cleavages of a society are the basic detriments of laws
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UWLS101Susan BrophyFall

LS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sociology Of Law, Legal Culture, Socialist Law

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18 Sep 2015
Ls approach: going/looking for a problem (internally generate) Law school approach: problem comes to you (reacting) reactive problem-solving . Hoebel l
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UWLS101Fred DesrochesSummer

LS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Crown Attorney, Harm Reduction, Vicarious Liability

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24 Jul 2013
The final examination is valued at 100% of the final grade and is made up of three (3) sections. Section 1 consists of short answer questions (20%). Se
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonFall

LS 101 Final: LS101 Final: Legal Studies Textbook and Lecture Notes Summary and Review for Exam (Online Course)

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12 Dec 2015
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

[LS 101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (49 pages long!)

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1 Dec 2016
Development over time roman law middle ages (national legislation and national codes) increasing intervention in our lives. Arbitrary violence by the g
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonFall

LS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Contributory Negligence, Parens Patriae, Endangerment

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12 Dec 2015
Mediation and arbitration as techniques for resolving conflict. Topic 1: write a brief essay discussing (a) mediation and (b) arbitration as techniques
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UWLS101Awalou OuedraogoWinter

LS 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonFall

LS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Contributory Negligence, Consideration, Proactivity

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7 Apr 2017
Mediation and arbitration as techniques for resolving conflict. Topic 1: write a brief essay discussing (a) mediation and (b) arbitration as techniques
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

LS 101- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
All traditions are customs, but not all custom are traditions . Max weber: weber described three aspects to law: (1) pressure to comply is external act
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UWLS101Anna PurkeyFall

[LS 101] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 33 pages long Study Guide!

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7 Feb 2017
Laws are preferred practices, articulated as rules designed to influence behaviour, enforced. There is an essential connection or overlap between law a
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UWLS101Patrick WatsonWinter

LS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Freedom Of Movement, Class Conflict, Proactivity

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14 Apr 2017
Write a brief essay discussing (a) mediation and (b) arbitration as techniques for resolving conflicts/disputes in modern society. Use the problems ass
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UWLS101awalaouFall

[LS 101] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (12 pages long)

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5 Oct 2016
Romano-germanic (civil law, common law, socialist law and islamic law) Socialist legal system- there are 3 main objectives of this law which gave birth
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UWLS101honor brabazonFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Collective Responsibility, Private Prison, Structural Adjustment

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Legal pluralism (important for assignment 2): looks beyond state law, is a situation where two or more legal systems coexist in the same social field,
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UWLS101honor brabazonFall

LS101 Lecture 10: assignment 2 legal pluralism

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17 Jan 2020
For this assignment, i began my travels at the cambridge centre bus station at approximately 4 pm on a rainy friday night. The observations i took whil
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UWLS101honor brabazonFall

LS101 Lecture 5: assignment 1-conceptions of law

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17 Jan 2020
Article 1: trump administration asks supreme court to legalize firing transgender workers. The issue raised in this article is that trump administratio
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UWLS101Honor BrabazonFall

LS101 Lecture 11: LS101 Week 11

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12 Dec 2019
Ls101 law, social control, and social exclusion. Direct action: to make it political and economically impossible for opponent to ignore one"s action. S
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UWLS101Honor BrabazonFall

LS101 Lecture 7: Legal pluralism

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12 Dec 2019
Legal centralism: idea that all legal ordering is rooted in state law; in the formal law that"s created by governments. Idea that the gov"t and its sys
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UWLS101Susan BrophyFall

LS101 Lecture 3: Oct 13 - LS 101

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12 Dec 2019
Relatively clear separation between legal institutions and other types of institutions. Subjugation of other institutions to the legal authority of leg
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UWLS101Susan BrophyFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Malik, Legal Realism, Critical Legal Studies

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12 Dec 2019
Ls 101 natural law september 20, 2016. Laws are preferred practices, articulated as rules designed to influence behaviour, enforced through coercive me
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UWLS101Susan BrophyFall

LS101 Lecture 1: Sept 15 Legal Theories - LS101

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12 Dec 2019
History of legal systems: state = law + population + government. Hierarchy -> king/ruler at the top, followers who were obedient at the bottom. As soci
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UWLS101Susan BrophyFall

LS101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Downtown Eastside, Justiciability, Workers United

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UWLS101Patrick WatsonSummer

LS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Legal Formalism, Relate, Vicarious Liability

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