Rule of law entick v carrington 18th century british

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Unformatted text preview: e a lawyer. Monopoly has 2 parts. 1. Providing legal services- solicitor's act. 2. Representing a client in court- only lawyers can represent lawyers in court. You can still represent yourself. CLASS ONE I. RULE OF LAW Entick v. Carrington-18th century British case Roncarelli v. Duplessis- American case Marbury v. Madison- Canadian case All about: Abuse of public law Abuse of executive power Lawyers are authorized to make arguments in court on behalf of a client. In Canada, they make those arguments before judges (who in Canada have to be lawyers first). Judge and two parties: plaintiff and defendant; crown and defendant; the applicant and the government (in the admin...
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2014 for the course LAW 142 taught by Professor Stanleycorbett during the Fall '13 term at Queens University.

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