2 edition of Examining local legal culture found in the catalog.
Examining local legal culture
Church, Thomas W.
by U.S. Dept. of Justice, National Institute of Justice in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||Thomas W. Church.|
|Contributions||National Center for State Courts., National Institute of Justice (U.S.), United States. Dept. of Justice.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
In my last post, it became evident that culture should play a role in comparative law research. Yet what exactly is legal culture?While the strong interrelationship between law and culture has been emphasized since Baron de Montesquieu published his De L’Esprit des Lois in , the concept of legal culture is still unclear. Historically, the term “culture” has nationalistic connotations. Widely published, David is a leading writer in the legal studies discourses on the concept of 'legal culture'. Product details Series: JCL Studies in Comparative Law (Book 8)Format: Hardcover.
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Law, Culture, and Cultural Appropriation Sally Engle Merry Follow this and additional works at: Part of theHistory Commons, and theLaw Commons This Article is brought to you for free and open access by Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository. It has been accepted for inclusion in Yale. culture can seem to be merely a retrograde imposition of local prerogative that stands in the way of progress. 2. Likewise, those who seek greater harmonization of human rights norms, commercial trade rules, or other legal standards may view culture as simply a monkey wrench in Author: Paul Schiff Berman.
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Genre/Form: Government publications: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Church, Thomas W., Examining local legal culture. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. Examining Local Legal Culture Practitioner Attitudes in Four Criminal Courts a publication of the National Institute of Justice I1Af-I If you have issues viewing or accessing this file contact us at Local legal culture.
norms shared by members of a court community as to how case should be handled and how a participant should behave in a judicial process. 3 ways local legal culture influences court operations. Court norms 2. Norms tell members how to treat each other 3.
Norms describe how cases should be processed. Examining Local Legal Culture Thomas W. Church, Jr. This study examines the contours of local legal culture in four criminal trial courts. Local legal culture is conceptualized as common practitioner norms gov-erning case handling and participant behavior in a court.
A questionnaire consist. Legal cultures are described as being temporary outcomes of interactions and occur pursuant to a challenge and response es of core legal paradigms shape the characteristics of individual and distinctive legal cultures. "Comparative legal cultures are examined by a field of scholarship, which is situated at the line bordering comparative law and historical jurisprudence.".
to the state level, patterns of legal culture can and must also be sought both at a more micro as well as at a more macro level. At the sub-national level the appropriate unit of legal culture may be the local court, the prosecutor's Examining local legal culture book, or the lawyer's consulting room.
Differences between places in theFile Size: 1MB. Legal Culture 1. Term Legal culture has been intensively discussed in legal discussions over the last twenty years or so, especially in connection with the Europeanisation of private law.
Often, national legal culture is simply viewed as an obstacle to → European private law; a European legal culture is viewed as its prerequisite. What is. Using Legal Culture explores a number of the key issues regarding the use of this concept. The essays contained in this book were originally presented in the Journal of Comparative Law Workshop held in Venice University (Ca' Foscari) MayHowever, when Glenn refers to the legal history of colonialism and argues that ‘the common laws [of the colonialists] yielded to local particularity, when local particularity so required’, and that ‘lawyers in the colonised world engaged in an active process of reconciliation of.
occurs in practice-is largely the product of the "local legal culture. '"' The local legal culture is the product of accommodations reached within the "courthouse workgroup." which consists of judges, policemen, bailiffs, clerks, public defenders, prosecutors, and private defense attorneys who work together on a.
In conclusion, Law and Popular Culture: A Course Book is an outstanding addition to the teaching literature in this burgeoning field, offering a comprehensive yet concise resource for the law school, graduate school, and undergraduate curriculum.
The second edition has improved upon the first. The book can be used as a primary or secondary Size: KB. Examining the criminal justice system using qualitative methods Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve’s book, Crook County: Racism and injustice in America’s largest criminal court, examines the work of the justice system as carried out in the largest criminal court in the US, Chicago-Cook County.
Legal culture refers to the shared values, attitudes, standards, and beliefs that characterize members of the legal profession and define its nature. It may also refer to the idea, values, attitudes and opinions, people in some society hold with regard to law and the legal system.
Paul R. Katz. Divine Justice: Religion and the Development of Chinese Legal Culture. New York: Routledge, pp.
Hardcover $, isbn As its title indicates, this book deals with how religious values and practices have affected the development of legal culture in Chinese history, especially in presentday China.
Summary View help for Summary. This study attempts to operationalize the concept of local legal culture by examining differences in the processing of twelve hypothetical criminal cases in. Book Description. This volume cross-examines mainstream approaches to studying legal culture (e.g.
those of Friedman and Blankenburg). It includes debates over the concept of legal culture and a variety of case studies of different legal cultures. The commission is accepting comments by email or mail until Jan. 2, Massachusetts has licensed casinos by Wynn, MGM and Penn National Gaming.
By examining imported law from the point of view of the end-users of legal reforms, the book reveals the complex relationship between formal law, local cultural norms and the activities of SMEs operating in developing economies, and calls for a reconsideration of current law and development theory as well as the role of contract law in business Author: Julie Paquin.
normativity. Kim Barker and Olga Jurasz begin by examining a new inter-section of law and popular culture that has a genuinely global reach, name-ly the legal and regulatory challenges that arise from massively multi-player online role-playing games.
Barker and Jurasz closely analyze types. Many comparatists are using the concepts of ’legal culture’ and ’legal tradition’ as synonyms. However, Patrick Glenn has claimed that ‘legal culture’ should be used as an epistemological tool in comparative study of law. According to him, the epistemological main function of ‘legal culture’ has been to exist as a means of Cited by: 1.
-Local legal culture influences court operations establish: 1. Norms 2. "Going rate" Courtroom Work Group-Consists of prosecutors, judges, defense attorneys-Guided by local legal culture-Well developed patterns of interactions facilitate cooperation and case dispositions.Law as Culture.
Naomi. Mezey* INTRODUCTION. The notion of culture is everywhere invoked and virtually nowhere explained. Culture can mean so many things: collective identity, nation, race, corporate policy, civilization, arts and letters, lifestyle, mass produced popular artifacts, ritual.
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