| 2010 |
Cabinet for health & family services Department for community based services |
This report is about bringing awareness to the Child Protective Service Agency in Kentucky known as The Department for Community Based Services. People think they are lifesavers for children
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I OUTLINE
I. THE FEDERAL JUDICIAL POWER - ARTICLE III
a. Article III § 2 : "In all cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have original Jurisdiction. In all the other cases befor
Topic 2: Nature of International Law
Opinio Juries : denotes a subjective obligation. a sense on behalf of a state that it is bound to the law in question. (to establish a legally binding custom)
Opinio Juris Communis: when enough states practice something over and over. (makes internationa
Morality and Law
11 June, 2012
Morality and Law
As a future law professional, the current system of laws in the United States fascinates me. Are the laws that are currently in place morally and ethically sound? Who i
Tort Law Reading Notes
Week 1 Mon Sep 8 Damages pp697-729
- aim of damages: restore plaintiff to position he would have been had the wrong not occurred
o as this is impossible in cases of personal injury, monetary compensation is used
o total amount is the amount that w
Advocacy of Crime – Incitement and Solicitation Exceptions
I. “Advocacy of the use of force or of law violation is constitutionally unprotected incitement when it is (Brandenburg)
a. 1) "Directed to inciting or producing"
i. Look at ALL circumstances carefully (i.e. DJ
Constitutional law 2013
1. Constitutions and Constitutional Law.
a). What is a Constitution?
* The empowering structures of a government that allows them to govern.
* Along with the limitation f the power that they can exercise.
* In totalitarian systems of
The Anti-Hazing Law
Under the Anti-Hazing Law, hazing is defined as “an initiation rite or practice as a prerequisite for admission into membership in a fraternity, sorority or organization by placing the recruit, neophyte or applicant in some embarrassing or
* What is the goal of health policy?
Facilitate the provision of health care to the people
Create an environment in which people as individuals and groups can be as healthy as possible
The way to create and implement health policy is through law and the legal system (no major change in health pol
Academic integrity means dealing honestly in your research and writing. It includes acknowledging the authors ideas and evidence we use.
Writing in your own words
It sounds simple, but summarizing what someone else has written, but doing it in your
words, takes a lot of
1. No wasted beer in the name of humor.
2. It has been made official that under no circumstances should the male have to pay for birth control
3. If a girl dumps your best friend it is a 6-month waiting period till she can be touched. If he breaks up with her it’s a 6-day waitin
Constitutional Law II – Outline
Spring 2012 – Prof. Bryant
a. The Constitution’s protections of individual liberties and its requirement for equal protection apply only to the gov’t. Private conduct generally does not have to comply with
4.1. THE ESSENTIALS OF A VALID CONTRACT
A. ESSENTIAL No 1
The Parties Must Act Within Their Contractual Capacity
What is contractual capacity? We view it in relation to the concepts of personality and legal status: PERSONALITY – determines that you are a legal entity
I'm OK-You're OK
Thomas A. Harris MD
Book Cover (Front) (Back)
Scan / Edit Notes
About The Author
1. Freud, Penfield, and Berne
2. Parent, Adult, and Child
3. The Four Life Positions
4. We Can Change
5. Analysing the Transaction...
The Golden Dolinko
Transcribed by §3, 4, Class of 2006
In the first class, we talked about killing out of “necessity.” Is it all right to kill one person if it will save the lives of three people? The judge in Regina v. Dudley and Stephens says that you can’t divorce law from morality....
PHL 354: Philosophy of Law
Philosophy Tutoring Monday- 6-8 134 Kedzie
Week 02 Lecture 02
Philosophy and the Law (3-14)
If there were no law would there be a society?
Why have Laws?
If we had no agreement in law we wouldn’t be a society, in a sense having some sort of rules...
Office: Koelbel 448
How to do well in BCOR 3000
Read before coming to lecture
Take notes on your lecture slides
Know the Black Letter Law and be able to apply it to facts
Practice with different scenarios
Useful for committing specific rules to memory...
I. Introduction to Property Law (1-12)
Restatement View of Property
1. The legal relations between persons with respect to a thing.
a. Thing may be an object with a physical existence or an intangible object.
2. Bundle of Sticks – each stick represents a right
a. Posses, use,...
Table of Contents
I. Economic Liberties
A. Constitutional Sources
1. Lochner Era
2. Demise of Lochner
II. Fundamental Rights Under Due Process
A. Constitutional Sources
B. Process for Analyzing
C. Incorporation Debate
D. Family Autonomy