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Higher Law

The School of Maqâsid: The Higher Objectives of Law

Transcending Borders: No More Deaths and a Higher Moral Law

Ecology of National Rule Birth: A Longitudinal Study of Dutch Higher Education Law, 1960–2004

No Higher Law: American Foreign Policy and the Western Hemisphere since 1776

Part V Jus Cogens beyond the Vienna Convention, 25 A Higher Law for Treaties?

The Law on Fines Imposed in EU Competition Proceedings: Faster, Higher, Harsher

Embedding Research in the Human Rights Law Curriculum: Reflections on the Teaching–Research Link in Higher Education

A theory of efficiency wage with multiple unemployment equilibria: how a higher minimum wage law can curb unemployment

Brian Loveman No Higher Law: American Foreign Policy and the Western Hemisphere since 1776. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 2010. Pp. 539. $35.00.

Re-establishing Orthodoxy in the Law of Constructive Dismissal: Claridge v Daler Rowney Ltd [2008] IRLR 672 and Bournemouth University Higher Education Corporation v Buckland [2009] IRLR 606

Israel's Higher Law: Religion and Liberal Democracy in the Jewish State. By Steven V. Mazie. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., 2006. 334 pp. $90.00 cloth. $31.95 paper

The Supreme Court and Religion in American Life, Volume I: Odyssey of the Religion Clauses. By James Hitchcock and The Supreme Court and Religion in American Life, Volume II From “Higher Law” to “Sectarian Scruples.” By James Hitchcock

STALLYBRASS, William Teulon Swan (1883 - 1948), of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-law, Midland Circuit; Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford, since 1936; Hon. Master of the Bench of Inner Temple; Member of Lord Chancellors’ Law Revision Committee; Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University, since 1947; Eldon Trustee; Member of Inter-University Council for Higher Education in the Colonies and of the Colonial Social Science Research Council

 

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Throughout the Supreme Court's history, higher‐law concepts have played a role in debate over the limits of governmental power. Higher law, understood as an unwritten law binding government or providing ...

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