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Can someone help me, please
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What exactly do you need help with?
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I need to explaine the role of policy
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(Original post by lucasandrei)
I need to explaine the role of policy
Role of policy in what?
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I need to speak about Judicial precedent, and at the end to explaine the role of policy_politics of the common law
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(Original post by lucasandrei)
I need to speak about Judicial precedent, and at the end to explaine the role of policy_politics of the common law
So you're asking about the role of policy in common law (ie. judicial precedent)?
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Are you sure you've understood the question correctly? Policy has little to no effect on common law because the judicial branch and legislative branch are separated. Policy makers can't influence what precedents the courts set because it's the judge that decides, and policy makers can't interfere with this. I guess you could say policy does influence it in the sense that when policy is implemented to create laws, those laws are the ones that the judges use to make their decisions, and the language/wording could influence how the judge rules. But even so, that's a bit of a tenuous link.
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Politics of the Common law Morisson/Jago/Geary-Routledge
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(Original post by lucasandrei)
Politics of the Common law Morisson/Jago/Geary-Routledge
Oh I thought you meant role of policy/politics *in* common law, not the role of 'The Politics of the Common Law'. I don't have any knowledge in that area so I can't be of much help, sorry :/
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OK, thank you
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