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The Utility of Legal Theory for the Adjudication of the Law

Mark Van Hoecke (UGent)
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In this exposition is given a survey of points in which legal theory can be of direct utility for the judge who is in the excercise of his office. The conclusions will apply to any judge : civil, criminal, military and administrative.
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sources of law, role of the judge, Social function of law, application of law

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Chicago
Van Hoecke, Mark. 1985. “The Utility of Legal Theory for the Adjudication of the Law.” In On the Utility of Legal Theory., ed. Mark Van Hoecke, 103–116.
APA
Van Hoecke, Mark. (1985). The Utility of Legal Theory for the Adjudication of the Law. In Mark Van Hoecke (Ed.), On the utility of legal theory. (pp. 103–116).
Vancouver
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Van Hoecke M. The Utility of Legal Theory for the Adjudication of the Law. In: Van Hoecke M, editor. On the utility of legal theory. 1985. p. 103–16.
MLA
Van Hoecke, Mark. “The Utility of Legal Theory for the Adjudication of the Law.” On the Utility of Legal Theory. Ed. Mark Van Hoecke. 1985. 103–116. Print.
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  author       = {Van Hoecke, Mark},
  booktitle    = {On the utility of legal theory.},
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  title        = {The Utility of Legal Theory for the Adjudication of the Law},
  year         = {1985},
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