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Legal Systems and Theory Volume

National Legal System

Constitution
Courts: District Court, Family Court, Federal Court, High Court, Local Court, Supreme Court, etc
Dispute resolution
Guides to the law
International law
Juries
Law reform
Lawyers
Legal dictionaries
Legal history
Legal Research
Legal services
Legislation
Parliament
Tribunals

Legal theory

It is importan to highlight the central importance for analytic jurisprudence of making clear the ideological underpinning of the particular basic forms of human activity and association which generate modern legal language with its emphasis on rights, and of the need to give prominence to the values of the democratic system from the XIX century.

International law Theory
International law Doctrine
Critical legal studies
Comparative law
Economic analysis
International legal theory
Legal history
Philosophy of law
Sociology of law

The institutional theory of law
Criminal law and theory of law
Civil law and theory of law
Legal Rights and theory of law
Public law and theory of law
Legal foundationalism
Nature and Structure of a Legal Argument
Evidence and Theory of Law

Philosophers

Alexy
Allan
Amar
Aquinas
Aristotle
Austin
Beccaria
Bentham
Betti
Bickel
Blackstone
Bobbio
Bork
Cardozo
Castanheira Neves
Chafee
Coleman
Del Vecchio
Durkheim
Dworkin
Ehrlich
Feinberg
Fineman
Finnis
Fuller
Gardner
George
Green
Grisez
Grotius
Gurvitch
Habermas
Han
Hand
Hart
Hegel
Hohfeld
Holmes
Jellinek
Kant
Kelsen
Köchler
Kramer
Llewellyn
Luhmann
Lyons
MacCormick
Marx
Nussbaum
Olivecrona
Pashukanis
Perelman
Petrazycki
Posner
Pound
Radbruch
Rawls
Raz
Reinach
Renner
Savigny
Scaevola
Schmitt
Shang
Simmonds
Tribe
Unger
Waldron
Walzer
Weber

Theories of Law

Hart’s Theory of Law
Decision Theory of Law
Theory of Adjudication
Mechanical Jurisprudence
Analytical jurisprudence
Deontological ethics
Interpretivism
Legalism
Legal moralism
Legal positivism
Legal realism
Libertarian theories of law
Maternalism
Natural law
Paternalism
Utilitarianism
Virtue jurisprudence
Legal Rules
Prediction Theory of Law

Concepts of Law

Dharma
Fa
Judicial interpretation
Justice
Legal system
Li
Rational-legal authority

Others:

Aggressive legalism
Analytical jurisprudence
Constitutionalism
Conventionalism

Dualism (law)

Entitlement theory

Feminist legal theory
First possession theory of property
Free scientific research

Interpretivism (legal)

Jurisprudence of concepts
Jurisprudence of interests
Justice as Fairness

Labor theory of property

Law as integrity
Scepticism in law
Legal formalism
Legal moralism
Legal origins theory
Legal pluralism
Legal positivism
Legal realism
Legalism
Liberal legalism
Libertarian theories of law

Monism and dualism in international law

Positive law
Prediction theory of law
Restorative justice
Retributive justice
Textualism

Legal Principles and Doctrines

Equity (law)
Legal doctrine
Legal maxim

A

Abstention doctrine
Abstraction principle (law)
Acquiescence
Act of state doctrine
Agent of record
Assignment of income doctrine
Assumption of risk
Attractive Nuisance doctrine
Audi alteram partem

B

Beneficium inventarii
Benefit of the inventory
Best interests
Blue pencil doctrine
Boulevard rule
Legal burden of proof

C

Calculus of negligence
Capacity (law)
Carltona doctrine
Castle doctrine
Caveat emptor
Caveat venditor
Clausula rebus sic stantibus
Command responsibility
Commanding precedent
Common employment
Comparative negligence
Consideration
Contra principia negantem non est disputandum
Contra proferentem
Contributory negligence
Corporate opportunity
Correlative rights doctrine

D

Desuetude
Discovery doctrine
Doctrine of cash equivalence
Doctrine of chances
Doctrine of colourability
Doctrine of discovery
Doctrine of equivalents
Doctrine of exoneration of liens
Doctrine of foreign equivalents
Doctrine of indivisibility
Doctrine of inherency
Doctrine of international exhaustion
Doctrine of laches
Doctrine of merger
Doctrine of non-derogation from grants
Doctrine of privity
Doctrine of repair and reconstruction
Doctrine of res judicata
Doctrine of tenure
Due Process
Duty of care
Duty to rescue
Duty to retreat

E

Economic substance
Eggshell skull
Emergency
Eminent domain
Enrolled bill rule
Enterprise liability
Equitable tolling
Erga omnes

Erie doctrine
Essential facilities doctrine
Estoppel
Estoppel by acquiescence
Evasion (law)
Ex turpi causa non oritur actio
Exclusionary rule
Executive privilege
Exhausted combination doctrine
Exhaustion doctrine
Exhaustion of remedies

F

Fair Use
Fairness Doctrine
Finality (law)
Firm offer
First-sale doctrine
Fleeing felon rule
Forum non conveniens
Fruit of the poisonous tree
Frustration of purpose
Functionality doctrine

G

Good faith
Good-faith exception
Greenhouse effect (judicial drift)

H

Habitability
Homestead principle

I

Idea–expression divide
Ignorantia juris non excusat
Illinois Brick doctrine
Implied license
Implied powers
Implied repeal
Implied terms
Imputation (law)
In loco parentis
Inequality of bargaining power
Inevitable disclosure
Inevitable discovery
Inherent jurisdiction
Inherent powers (United States)
Internal affairs doctrine
Invitation to treat

J

Jenkins–Laporte doctrine
Judicial deference
Judicial discretion
Jurisprudence constante
Just war theory

K

Ker–Frisbie doctrine
Knock and talk

L

Laches (equity)
Last clear chance
Last injurious exposure rule
Law of the case
Learned intermediary
Legal certainty
List of legal Latin terms
Living tree doctrine
Loss of chance in English law

M

Mailbox rule
Male captus bene detentus
Margin of appreciation
Market share liability
Mater semper certa est
Maxims of equity
Medical necessity
Meeting of the minds
Merger doctrine

Merger doctrine (antitrust law)
Merger doctrine (civil procedure)
Merger doctrine (copyright law)
Merger doctrine (family law)
Merger doctrine (property law)
Merger doctrine (trust law)
Mirror image rule
Mistake (contract law)
Mootness

N

Natural and Legal Rights
Natural justice
Ne bis in idem
Necessity
Negligence
Nemo iudex in causa sua
Nolle prosequi
Nominative use
Nonacquiescence
Nondelegation doctrine
Nulla poena sine lege
Nullum crimen, nulla poena sine praevia lege poenali
Nuremberg principles

O

Odious debt
Offer and acceptance
Open fields doctrine
Open mines doctrine

P

Pacta sunt servanda
Paramountcy
Paraphrasing of copyrighted material
Parker immunity doctrine
Parol Evidence Rule
Peremptory norm
Police power
Political question
Posting rule
Pre-existing duty rule
Precautionary principle
Precedent
Presumption
Presumption of constitutionality
Presumption of innocence
Principle of conferral
Principle of legality
Principle of opportunity
Privity
Privity of contract
Proper law
Proportionality (law)
Proportionality (political maxim)
Proximate cause
Public policy doctrine
Public trust doctrine

Q

Qualified immunity
Quantum meruit
Qui facit per alium facit per se

R

Reasonable doubt
Reasonable person
Remoteness in English law
Res ipsa loquitur
Res judicata
Rescue doctrine
Respondeat superior
Ripeness
Rylands v Fletcher

S

Safe harbor (law)
Scènes à faire
Scrivener’s error
Spider in the web doctrine
Stadtluft macht frei
Stand-your-ground law
Standard of care
Standing (law)
State actor
Step transaction doctrine
Stopping the clock
Subsidiarity
Substance over form
Substantial certainty doctrine

Substantial truth
Suspect classification

T

Taint (legal)
Tea Rose – Rectanus doctrine
Tender years doctrine
Terra nullius
Territorial principle
Tipsy Coachman
Tolling (law)

U

Unclean hands
Unconscionability
Undue hardship
Undue influence
Unfair burden
Uninsured employer
Workers’ compensation employer defense
Universal jurisdiction
Unjust enrichment

V

Vicarious liability
Volenti non fit injuria

W

Warranty tolling

Bibliography:

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ABEL-SMITH Brian ( 1989) The Legal Profession in England and Wales ( Oxford: Basil Blackwell)

ABERCROMBIE Nicholas, HILL Stephen, and TURNER Bryan S. (eds.) The Penguin Dictionary of Sociology 2nd edn. (Harmondsworth: Penguin)

ACKERMAN Bruce A. ( 1984) Reconstructing American Law ( Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press)

ACTON H. B. (ed.) ( 1969) The Philosophy of Punishment: A collection of papers ( London: Macmillan)

ADAMS John and BROWNSWORD Roger ( 1987) “The ideologies of contract” ( 1987) 7 Legal Studies205-23

ALLAN T. R. S. ( 1988) “‘Pragmatism and Theory in Public Law” 104 Law Quarterly Review 1988422-47

—– ( 1992) Law, Liberty and Justice ( Oxford: Oxford University Press)

ALLEN C. K. ( 1945) Law and Orders: An enquiry into the nature and scope of delegated legislation and executive powers in England ( London: Stevens & Sons)

—– ( 1958) Law in the Making 5th edn. ( London: Oxford University Press)

ALTHUSSER Louis ( 1971) Lenin, Philosophy and Other Essays tr. Ben Brewster, 2nd edn. ( London: NLB)

ANDERSON Benedict ( 1991) Imagined Communities; Reflections on the origins and spread of nationalism 2nd edn. ( London: Verso)

ANSCOMBE G. E. M. ( 1958) “On Brute Facts” Analysis vol. 18, no. 3 ( 1958) 69-72

—– ( 1978) “Rules, Rights and Promises” Midwest Studies in Philosophy 3 1978 318-23

ARNOLD Christopher ( 1978) “Analyses of Right” in: Eugene Kamenka and A. E. S. Tay (eds.) ( 1978) 74-86.

ARNOLD Thurman W. ( 1935) The Symbols of Government ( New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press)

—– ( 1937) The Folklore of Capitalism ( New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press)

ARTHURS H. W. ( 1985) Without the Law: Administrative justice and legal pluralism in nineteenth century England ( Toronto: University of Toronto Press)

ASHWORTH Andrew ( 1992) Sentencing and Criminal Justice ( London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson)

ASIMOW Michael ( 1983) “Delegated Legislation: United States and United Kingdom” 3 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies253-76

AUBERT Vilhelm (ed.) ( 1969) Sociology of Law: Selected readings (Harmondsworth: Penguin)

—– ( 1983) In Search of Law: Sociological approaches to law ( Oxford: Martin Robertson)

AUSTIN John ( 1879) Lectures on Jurisprudence 2 vols., 4th edn., ed. Robert Campbell ( London: John Murray)

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