Fundamental principles of the sociology of law
In this volume, the auhtor attempts to show that statute law does not explain the whole nature of law. He urges that the law as expressed in judicial decisions should be distinguished from law as expressed in social conduct.
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THE PRACTICAL Concerrr or LAW
ORDER 011 Trre SociAL Ass0ciATi0ns
THE S0ciAL ASSoCIATIoNS AND THE SociAL Norms
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