He said that, for example, “early customary Law News” and “municipal law” were contexts where the word “law” had two different and irreconcilable meanings. Thurman Arnold said that it is obvious that it is impossible to define the word “law” and that it is also equally obvious that the struggle to define that word should not ever be abandoned. It is possible to take the view that there is no need to define the word “law” (e.g. “let’s forget about generalities and get down to cases”). Law, Society and Criminology UNSW School of Law, Society and Criminology aims to provide our students with research-driven knowledge and practical skills grounded in justice, interdisciplinarity collaboration and critical thinking.
- Cynicism over “officialdom” is still common, and the workings of public servants is typically contrasted to private enterprise motivated by profit.
- The creation of laws themselves may be influenced by a constitution, written