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Legal Reasoning in Environmental Law : a Study of Structure, Form and Language

Authors
Publisher
Edward Elgar
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Keywords
  • 180111 Environmental And Natural Resources Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Legal Reasoning
  • Environmental Rules
Disciplines
  • Ecology
  • Geography
  • Law

Abstract

This book analyses the structure, form and language of a selected number of international and national legal instruments and reviews how an illustrative range of international and national judicial institutions have responded to the issues before them and the processes of legal reasoning engaged by them in reaching their decisions. This involves a very detailed discussion of these primary sources of international and national environmental law with a view to determining their jurisprudential architecture and the processes of reasoning expected of those responsible for implementing these architectural arrangements. This book is concerned not with the effectiveness or the quality of an environmental legal system but only with its jurisprudential characteristics and their associated processes of legal reasoning.

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