The UK, Finland and New Zealand assert the ideal of parliamentary sovereignty, whereby the unelected judiciary could not overturn law handed by a democratic legislature. Examples include the Jewish Halakha and Islamic Sharia—both of which translate as the “path to comply with”—while Christian canon law also survives in some church communities. Often the implication of faith for law is unalterability, because the word of God cannot be amended or legislated towards by judges or governments.
- Program for these pursuing careers as attorneys and advocates, an LL.M.program for lawyers going deeper of their studies, an S.J.D. for these seeking a life in educating and scholarship, and a Master of Legal Studies for non-lawyers seeking to enhance their professional expertise.
- If a rustic has an entrenched structure, a special majority for modifications to the constitution may be required, making changes to the law more difficult.
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