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n Malawi Law Journal - Editorial

Volume 4, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1996-7675
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Abstract

We are greatly honoured to feature in this issue of the 2010 edition of the a long essay tracking and critiquing the development of the jurisprudence of one of the most respected living legal philosophers, Ronald Dworkin, co-authored by another internationally renowned legal philosopher, Drucilla Cornell. In this essay, Drucilla Cornell and Nick Friedman offer profound insights into the contours of Dworkin's jurisprudence from his , through to his forthcoming . The core of their concern is to provide a basis on which countries that have just emerged from an oppressive past such as those characterised by state sponsored discrimination can construct a fair and just system of laws.

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2010-01-01
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