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DR. RAM MANOHAR LOHIA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY

LUCKNOW

(2012-2013)

A PROJECT REPORT ON
“LAW AND MORALITY”

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF: SUBMITTED BY: MS. DEEPIKA URMALIYA K.PRASANNA ASST. PROFESSOR (LAW) ROLL NO - 62 B.A. LL.B (HONS) SEMESTER- 1

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

1. Introduction- A brief overview of the project.
2. What is law?
2.1 Brief description
2.2 Definitions
2.3 Importance of law in the society in terms of its functions.

3. Origin and sources of law
3.1 Origin of law
3.2 Classification of law according to different sources

4. What is morality?

5. Morality and law.
5.1 Similarities between the two.
5.3 How is morality different from law?

6. Interrelationship between morality and law
6.1 Morality as a source of law
6.2 What is the relationship between the two?

7. Conclusion
8. Bibliography

1. INTRODUCTION:

This project deals with two very important terms in the study of jurisprudence, law and morality. Both are widely different from each other yet there is a great deal of similarity between the two. While law is largely related to regulation and control by the state through its various machineries, morality is more related to the public opinion. But laws though framed by the state are also subject to morality. Along with that there are characteristics of law which are similar to morality. And in many cases, the two...