Introduction to Law

Prof. Pham Duy Nghia

Cong An Nhan Dan Publishing House 2011

Comprising 12 chapters, the book starts to discuss the nature and role of law on development and the purpose of legal enforcement to ensuring justice to all. The next chapter looks at law making process, criteria to assess quality aspects of a given law, and participatory approaches for citizens in the control of public power in legal making process. The remaining chapters discuss core legal domains needed in a civilized, free and democratic society, of which most important domains are laws on freedom of possession, freedom of contracting, and an independent court system that helps realize justice.

        


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