LAW AS A LINK OF EMPIRE
AbstractIn continuation of the article published in Volume 1, Lord Shaw revisits the topic of law as an empire binder. According to Shaw, the law in respect of self-government, liberty, and history has developed more freely in the British Empire than any other sphere. As an example of the Empire, Canada with her own borders illustrates the harmony that it reaches when the basic principles of justice are rested on the solid rock of jurisprudence. Further, Lord Shaw concludes that the British Empire when linked together by law, dedicates the majesty of justice to the service of mankind.
Keywords:British Commonwealth of Nations, Jurisprudence
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