Debates and dilemmas
Legalisation and crime
Big business in favour of legalising drugs
LEGALISING ACTIVE VOLUNTARY EUTHANASIA THROUGH THE COURTS: SOME LESSONS FROM COLOMBIA
Euthanasia, Ethics and Public Policy: An Argument Against Legalisation
Politics, risk management, World Trade Organisation governance and the limits of legalisation
RELYING ON COMMON LAW DEFENCES TO LEGALISE ASSISTED DYING: PROBLEMS AND POSSIBILITIES
Legalisation Treaty between Austria-Hungary and Germany, signed at Berlin, 25 February 1880
From feminist extravagance to citizen demand: the movement for abortion legalisation in Uruguay
The Case of Quashie: Between the Legalisation of Sex Work and the Precariousness of Personal Service Work
Agreement between Austria and Saxe-Meiningen relative to the Legalisation of Official Documents, signed 24 May/23 June 1865
Agreement between Austria and Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, relative to the Legalisation of Official Documents, signed at Vienna, 7 June/Rudolstadt, 30 June 1865
Agreement between Anhalt and Austria relative to the Legalisation of Public Documents, signed 2 July/7 August 1865
Agreement between Austria and Saxe-Weimar relative to the Legalisation of Public Documents, signed 10 July/9 August 1865
Agreement between Austria and Prussia relative to the Legalisation of Public Documents, signed at Vienna, 4 September 1865
Agreement between Austria and Mecklenburg-Schwerin relative to the Legalisation of Official Documents, signed 15/24 October 1865
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(1) Making legal something that was not legal (prohibited or criminal); a step beyond decriminalisation.
(2) Another usage treats legalisation as roughly synonymous with juridification or judicialisation.
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