Law and Humanities

Law and Humanities research explores the nature and concept of law, and the influence of ethics and history to the existence and content of law. Our researcher examine issues in legal design and theory, the ethical basis of legal institutions, the nature and extent of legal obligation and authority, and the structure of legal and political discourse, to understand the intersection of law, regulation and public values.

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