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  • ...aneous or artificially induced expulsion of an embryo or fetus. As used in legal context, the term usually refers to induced abortion. ...h legislation and lawsuits. They hoped to educate a largely male dominated legal and judicial profession about this important issue for women. Their work, s
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  • ...viduals who failed to comply with the law. As a result, the act had little legal weight and served mostly as a recommendation to the states. ...William S., and David T. Hardy. 1992. "The Militia and the Constitution: A Legal History." ''Military Law Review'' 136 (spring).
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  • ...es affecting Hispanics nationwide. The NCLR has given public testimony and commentary on topics concerning <span>[[Civil Rights|civil rights]]</span>, tax policy ...egal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF), which was founded in 1968 as the legal arm of LULAC.</p>
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  • [[Category:Legal Term]] ...er in 1604 to describe the shadows that occur during eclipses. However, in legal terms penumbra is most often used as a metaphor describing a doctrine that
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  • ...partment, but it functions as the administrative agency that addresses the legal concerns of the U.S. government and its people. The departments housed with ...ges (ALJs), who hear agency claims and disputes, are loath to overturn the legal conclusions reached by administrative boards. Determinations and sanctions
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  • [[Category:Legal Term]] <div type="article"><p><i>A note, summary, or commentary on some section of a book or a statute that is intended to explain or illus
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  • <p>and legal thought in Great Britain and the United States.</p> ...his father's sudden death required him to return to England and resume his legal education so that he could support his family. After completing his studies
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  • ...in the staff of the <span>[[Naacp Legal Defense And Educational Fund|NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund]]</span> to champion the cause of racial equal ...al of tenure to two members of the <span>[[Critical Legal Studies|Critical Legal Studies]]</span> movement, a leftist
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  • Historians and legal scholars have criticized Holmes's opinion for being unenlightened and undul ...Reproduction in the Twentieth Century." ''Maryland Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues'' 8 (spring-summer): 123–50.
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  • ...g regulations that have had some influence on secular (non-church-related) legal procedures. These regulations are called canons and are codified in the Cod ...er throughout medieval times and together formed the basis for many of the legal procedures used in the United States. For example, canon law's influence is
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  • ...is Bacon|Francis Bacon]]</span>. He is most well-known for his influential legal writings, particularly his four-volume ''Institutes of the Laws of England. ...fice. Ever resilient—and ever valuable to the state because of his great legal skills and knowledge—by 1617, he was back in the Privy Council and the <s
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  • ...tention both in the courtroom and out, as much for his sometimes brilliant legal strategies as for his ubiquitous books, articles, and TV appearances. A sta ...lvanized campuses around the United States, Dershowitz created a course on legal concerns raised by the war, which inspired similar courses at numerous law
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  • ...d, without purporting to give such matters ''in extenso.'' A treatise or ''commentary'' is not a compilation, but an original composition, though it may include
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  • ...ional law]]</span> <i>that provides foreign diplomats with protection from legal action in the country in which they work.</i></p> ...ank and the amount of immunity they need to carry out their duties without legal harassment. Diplomatic immunity allows foreign representatives to work in h
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  • ...ge of Formulating a Company Email Policy." ''Saint John's Journal of Legal Commentary'' 553.
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  • [[Category:Legal Term]] ...1994."How American Judges Interpret the Bill of Rights." <i>Constitutional Commentary</i> 11 (fall).</p>
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  • ...ower, individual rights, and the judicial system as a whole. As a field of legal scholarship and theory, feminist <span>[[Jurisprudence|jurisprudence]]</spa ...the feminist jurisprudence camps thus do not focus exclusively upon purely legal aspects of feminism.</p>
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  • <div type="article"><p>Ernst Freund was a brilliant legal scholar who oversaw the development of U.S. <span>[[Administrative Law|Admi ...enth Amendment]]</span> of the U.S. Constitution. He advocated a system of legal regulations that balanced individual rights against business and property r
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  • ...e pioneering work of Ranulf Glanvill. As chief justiciar, Glanvill was the legal and financial minister of England under <span>[[Henry Ii|henry ii]]</span>. ...anders. In 1180, Glanvill's ascent to power seemed complete when he became legal and financial minister, but a new king, Richard I, threw him in prison. He
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  • Hill's transformation from legal scholar to feminist icon came about after Thomas was offered the career opp ...ber of speaking engagements and other presentations. Hill also has offered commentary in such publications as ''Newsweek'', ''The New York Times'', and ''The Bos
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