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P202 Final Exam Study Guide Chapter 7 Where does Law derive from What is Law and Society What is Law and Social Science What are the three components of LAW How does the LAW relate to the three branches of government What are the reasons we should use social science to study LAW Chapter 8 What are the five goals of social science what do they refer to and how can each be applied to the study of LAW In the ClassPAK readings for Chapter 8 how does each readingexemplify one of the specific social science goals For example how does the article by Chew and Kelley exemplify the social science goal of Description Why does New Jersey v Michaelsdirectly exemplify the social science goal of Explanation What are some of the reasons we should use social science to study Law which can be applied to the New Jersey v Michaels case How can we use the five goals to help us understand and improve the three branches of government Chapter 9 How does social science specifically relate to each component of LAW within each branch of government How can the five goals of a social science be applied to the three components of LAWwithin each branch of government Exemplify how the three branches of government the three components of law the five goals for a social science of LAW and the reasons for applying social science to LAW interrelate Chapter 10 Why is the social science goal of Explanation so important in understanding LAW How does Explanation help us create better laws From your classes and readings what are some example explanatory factors that are relevant to understanding LAW Midterm Exam Study Guide Overarching Considerations 1 What is law What is policy 2 What are the different types of law called and where do they come from 3 What are the details behind the CoursePak s legal cases ie be able to brief each case as per the brie ng a case document provided Managing the General Welfare 1 What is the general welfare a Why would law care about the general welfare b How can legal cases address the general welfare c How do Gentry v Gentry MGM v Grokster and US v American Library Association address the general welfare 2 In Gentry v Gentry what are the two key legal claims of Kathy Gentry InM GM v Grokster why was Grokster held liable In US v American LibraryAssociation why did the US Supreme Court conclude that CIPA and its library filtering requirement did not violate library users First Amendment rights 5 Managing Dispute Resolution 1 Why does LAW become involved in resolving a dispute 2 What types of disputes need resolving 3 What were the disputes in Burlington Northern amp Santa Fe Ry Co v White Roe v Wade and Cooper v Aaron Federal and State Constitutions What is the supreme law in the land and who is the final arbiter of what that law means What is meant by referring to the Constitution as a living instrument List three ways that a court could interpret the US Constitution Why will the US Supreme Court s interpretation of the US Constitution impact the outcome of some cases What is the purpose of Articles I II and III of the US Constitution 6 What is the importance of checks and balances between the three branches of government Give two examples of how each branch has a check over the other two branches 7 How have the Amendments to the US Constitution responded to changes in U S culture and society What specific protections does each Amendment listed in the CoursePak provide In Kansas v Ventris how did the US Supreme Court interpret the 6th Amendment bP N V39 509 10 In Re Gault addresses issues of how the l4Lh Amendment due process clause applies to juveniles Which due process rights were guaranteed to Gault according to the Supreme Court s decision The Legislative Branch 1 What is the type of law that the Legislative Branch creates 2 Is all legislation law 3 How does legislation respond to changes in US society and culture 4 Who are the key players in the Legislative Branch 5 What does the Legislative Branch do besides creating law 6 How is the Legislative Branch organized 7 Where does the Legislative Branch get their facts from 8 Does lobbying play a valuable role inthe creation of law 9 What is the relationship between lobbying and the general welfare 10 List and explain four factors that in uence the creation of legislation The Executive Branch 1 What are four functions of the Executive Branch 2 Who are the key players in the Executive Branch 3 What are the types of law that the Executive Branch creates 4 What does the Executive Branch do besides creating law 5 How is the Executive Branch organized 6 Where do Federal and State Administrative Agencies come from 7 Why are Administrative Agencies so important to the implementation of law 8 Why have Presidential powers expanded since the creation of the U S Constitution The Judicial Branch 1 What are some ofthe purposes of court cases 2 Who are the key players in the Judicial Branch 3 What is the type of law that the Judicial Branch creates 4 What does the Judicial Branch do besides creating law 5 How is the Judicial Branch organized e g what are the Judicial Conference Administrative Office of the Courts Federal Judicial Center and the US Sentencing Commission 6 Who are the trier of fact and the trier of law in litigation 7 What are the three key responsibilities of the trier of fact 8 What is jury nullification 9 What is Alternative Dispute Resolution and why was it created 10 What are some forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution 11 What is the Common law and how has it developed
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