The Laws of Judges, already a classic of Colombian legal literature, offers in this second edition a substantial revision of its content and structure.
The Laws of Judges, already a classic of Colombian Legal Literature, offers in this second edition a substantial revision of its content and structure. The book, now with various new chapters, includes the following points of views: -It offers for the first time, a comparative look at how to utilize the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Justice, the State Counsel, and the Constitutional Court in the reasoning for their failures. -It exposes in detail the form of how the Third Constitutional Court has understood and used the doctrine of precedent since 2001. -It presents new and sharp reflections about the dynamic and static analysis of sentences that will be profitable to analysts and investigators of constitutional law. -Finally, it abounds the history of the jurisprudence in Colombia, to the presentation of the fascinating process of creation of the Supreme Court of Justice in the period of Regeneration of Núñez and with this its discussions of “legal doctrine” and “probable doctrine” to the time that examines the contemporary importance of these concepts in Colombian law.
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