Law and society

1- The field of law and society is based generally on several assumptions. Please identify and describe the assumptions.

2- identify and describe the two contemporary perspectives in the study of law and society.

3-In chapter three, there are five families of laws described. The legal systems of the nations within each legal family share several important characteristics that justify call them a family, even if these legal system differ in other ways. Please chose four of these systems and discuss the primary elements along with the context or setting of each system.

4- In chapter three, there are five families of laws described. The legal systems of the nations within each legal family share several important characteristics that justify call them a family, even if these legal system differ in other ways. Please chose four of these systems and discuss the primary elements along with the context or setting of each system.

5- The United States is said to have a litigation crisis. Do you agree? Please be sure to cite evidence to support your position.

6- Has law been used in the United States to enforce standards of morality? How so and please explain and justify your position on the question.

7- The actual impact of law on social change is open to debate. Sometimes, law has been an effective vehicle for social change but sometimes it has been ineffective as well. Please respond to this position with your own interpretation outlining your own thoughts about the level of effectiveness of law and social change in our society.

8- Does social class continue to affect legal outcomes?

9- What are some of the reasons for the negative image of lawyers?

10- Please describe jury nullification and provide a recent example of this type of jury action

11- Why is the study of law important not only for our society but also for us as individuals?

 

 

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