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jurist

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According to Science Magazine, some legal scholars take issue with the current legal system that treats animals as property and not independent beings.
In contrast to some of the sociological and institutional studies, some existing literature supports the idea that a legal scholar's involvement in the founding of legal education, and the ideas they embraced and pursued, may be crucial to any explanation of the trajectory of the discipline.
And here we thought you were a serious legal scholar.
Mikhaela Reid, a New York City cartoonist and illustrator, readily admits that she is no legal scholar. So when the 26-year-old was commissioned by the national LGBT legal rights advocacy group Lambda Legal to create its new "Life Without Fair Courts" series of comics depicting what life would be like without such key court victories as Lawrence v.
With exquisite timing, law professor and legal scholar Geoffrey Stone has presented a scholarly review of this perennial problem.
I just did not know that Ibn al-Majdi was--in addition to being a professional astronomer at al-Azhar--a legal scholar who taught fiqh, a philosopher who taught hikma, an astrologer who counseled the sultan, as well as a sufi, who after becoming head of a madrasah converted it to a khanqah.
As legal scholar Wendy Wagner of the University of Texas pointed out in a recent article entitled "The 'Bad Science' Fiction," there's little evidence to support the notion that government agencies churn out "junk science" or that their existing peer review protocols are inadequate.
While serving as a professor at Vanderbilt University Law School from 1972 to 2002, Professor Charney distinguished himself as a leading international legal scholar. Among his numerous accomplishments, Professor Charney was the co-Editor in Chief of the American Journal of International Law, and in 1998 he was selected to deliver a series of lectures at The Hague Academy of International Law, an honor extended to preeminent scholars in international law.
Laird Kirkpatrick, a professor and legal scholar whose books on evidence grace the shelves of almost every lawyer in the state, has been named the new dean of the University of Oregon School of Law.
Not even Uruguay looks to Argentina," says Argentine legal scholar Jorge Mosset Iturraspe.
"Civil liberties include the right to privacy, the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures, and freedom from racial discrimination," says legal scholar Jeffrey Shaman of DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.
And as legal scholar Alan Dershowitz has written, "Even Democratic front-runner Al Gore is waving the flag of faith, declaring himself a `child of the kingdom.' Since swearing allegiance to foreign monarchies is unconstitutional for a vice-president, Gore must be referring to the `Kingdom of Christ' of which many of us are not subjects."