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An appreciation of the dichotomy between the approaches of the scientists and the legal scholars is essential to an understanding of why scientific activity flourished for so long, but also eventually declined, in Islamic societies.
The UO launched a national search for a new dean last spring after Strickland, also a noted legal scholar and an expert on American Indian law, announced that he would step down to return to teaching and writing.
Some of the countries are also embracing legislation that raises the hackle of legal scholars in the region.
This immorality results not only from female lust, this legal scholar asserts, but also from female cunning: ".
Judith Reisman, an authority on the long-term effort to subvert America's conventional moral standards, the chief author of the ALI's Model Penal Code "was Professor Herbert Wechsler, acclaimed legal scholar at Columbia University and formerly a confidential assistant to President Franklin Roosevelt.
Writing in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review in 1982, the legal scholar Robert Ellickson proposed just such a course.
As legal scholar Richard Epstein has written, "the statute sustained in Plessy was flatly inconsistent with laissez-faire principles.
As legal scholar Steven Epstein put it, "The implications of ceremonial deisms are far-reaching because courts frequently employ this amorphous concept as a springboard from which to hold that other challenged practices do not violate the establishment clause.
Drawing on his years of experience researching and teaching on the effects of law on society, legal scholar Fischer presents this comprehensive discussion of the American justice system and problems of law and society that threaten to cripple it.
One constitutional claim is the Ninth Amendment," which protects unenumerated rights, notes Cato Institute legal scholar Robert A.
At the end of her very brief essay, she offers more cause for doubt by approvingly quoting legal scholar Alan Stone's statement that the insanity defense "purports to draw a line between those who are morally responsible and those who are not, those who are blameworthy and those who are not, those who have free will and those who do not.