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Unformatted text preview: T. b. The Natural School . c. The Command School. T. d. The Critical Legal Studies School. . D [moderate p. 8] 45. The Critical Legal Studies School of jurisprudence believes that: a. F Free market forces and market efficiency are the most important principles underlying the law. b. P Past court decisions must be analyzed and criticized in developing new law. c. S Subjective decision making by judges based on general notions of fairness is appropriate. d. O The purpose of law is to serve as an official voice of criticism of those in power. e. J Judges should employ the same critical methods of analyzing cases in the courtroom that law schools use in teaching the law to students. C [moderate p. 8] 46. The school of jurisprudence that believes that free market forces should determine the outcomes to lawsuits is: a. T The Command School. b. T The Sociological School. c. T The Critical Legal Studies School. 6d. T The Law and Economics School. D [moderate p. 8]...
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- Spring '11