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Part 1 - The Legal System

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Complete notes on Topic 1 of the Preliminary Legal Studies course (The Legal System), with each syllabus dot point answered.

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Part 1 - The Legal System
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Law Philosophy of law Law of Australia Common law Supreme court Jurisdiction Constitutional law Precedent Federal government of the United States Federal judiciary of the United States Court system of Canada Law of Ukraine
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Law Philosophy of law Law of Australia Common law Supreme court Jurisdiction Constitutional law Precedent Federal government of the United States Federal judiciary of the United States Court system of Canada Law of Ukraine
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The law provides methods for ensuring the impartial treatment of people and outlines the punishment for those who do not follow the agreed rules of conduct. Distinguish between customs, rules and ethics Customs are established patterns of behaviour among people in a society or a group (usually determined by religion, culture or history) —> FOR EXAMPLE: shaking hands in Australia to agree someone, kissing cheeks in Europe to greet someone Rules are prescribed directions for conduct. They are generally made by groups and only affect people within those groups. They are not enforceable —> FOR EXAMPLE: playground rules in a school (i.e. no hat no play) can warrant a suspension or detention Ethics are moral principles that govern a person’s behaviour or conduction of an activity —> FOR EXAMPLE: a person may wa...
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