INTRODUCTION Kelsen belonged to the Analytical school of thought and was one of the jurists responsible for reviving the original analytical thought in the 20th century. Kelsen through his Pure Theory of Law aimed to present Law in its purest form, free from all the ideologies. His theory addressed theContinue Reading

INTRODUCTION Jurisprudence is defined as the science or philosophy of law. The origin of this term can be traced back to a Latin term, ‘Jurisprudential,’ translated to the ‘study, knowledge or science of law.’ There are five primary schools of thought in jurisprudence. They are: Philosophical School. Historical School. Realist School. Sociological School. Analytical School.Continue Reading

Introduction The economics of law and the economics of law are two connected ideas with a broad scope. The methodological approach to the economics of law is to analyze law from an economics viewpoint while also introspecting on the area of economics. Realism varies from the sociological school in that,Continue Reading

The present article is written by Vanshika Samir. Jurisprudence is the name given to a specific form of legal study, one that is abstract, general, and theoretical in nature and aims to reveal the fundamental principles of law and legal systems. The word jurisprudence comes from the Latin word jurisprudentia,Continue Reading

This article is written by Saba Banu, a 3rd year law student, from Pendekanti Law College, Hyderabad. INTRODUCTION The study of jurisprudence, as other branches of law, was started among Romans first. The word ‘jurisprudence’ springs from the Latin word ‘jurisprudentia’ which suggests the knowledge of law. Jurisprudence is thatContinue Reading

This article is written by K.Lasya Charitha pursuing BA LLB in Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam. In this article, the researcher discusses theories and the  classification of rights and duties in Jurisprudence.  INTRODUCTION Rights and Duties are interrelated, because where there are rights, there are duties, and people areContinue Reading

Vanshika Arora, is a first-year B.A. LL.B student at Army Institute of Law, Mohali. This article is an introductory guide to jurisprudence.  INTRODUCTION Jurisprudence has been defined and studied by various thinkers and jurists over a long period of time. Hence, it is not possible to single out a common,Continue Reading

This article is written by Ishika Gupta pursuing BBA L.LB from Gitarattan International Business School. This article aims to classify the law into different heads and also tells the need for such classification.  INTRODUCTION ‘Lag’, a Teutonic word means ‘specific’ in general. Law has been derived from the same word.Continue Reading

This article has been written by Yash Dodani, a second-year student at NALSAR University of Law. He has explained various sources of Law. Introduction The word Law is a very important term today. It comes into all sectors of the society and working of people. It governs the behaviour ofContinue Reading

This article has been written by Yash Dodani, a first-year student at NALSAR University of Law. He has tried to explain the similarities and differences between Law, Justice and Morality. The three terms, viz, law, justice and morality are used interchangeably in terms of a common man. However, in legalContinue Reading