Final Concept Review

Final Concept Review - 1). Orderly dispute resolution -...

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1). Orderly dispute resolution - Formal way of conflict resolution - Encourages peacefully resolution of conflict - Logic of triad is one way of orderly dispute resolution o The court must be take a side between two litigants - Significance: shows a way the law can correct or solve dispute; fulfills promise of the law 2). Correcting Market Failures - Market failures are: o Unequal distribution of resources o Neg. externalities that has third party costs o Common pool problems: quickly diminishes if we leave people to their own contracts - The la can be used to solve market failures by: o Enacting permits to address negative externality o The court can step in during common pool problems and decide distribution of resources - Significance: the law fulfills its promise to society in addressing market failure problems and trying to actively find solutions for it 3). Correcting Political Failures - The law is used as a way of correcting political failure - Law and courts promise to “correct political failure” by offering a way to address claims and issues that other policy makers are unable or unwilling to address - Significance: when courts are trying to address political faire they are dynamic - AL s a great way of correcting political failure because of increase litigation + entrepreneurial lawyers 4). Brown v. Board of Education - Brown
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course POSC 130g taught by Professor Below during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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