Rendered analytically assessed the reciprocal nature of

Rendered by the power of social indifference and pragmatic utilitarianism of postmodern society, exposes the inescapable individualism thus inflicted onto the law around us; interpretations of this statement stems from cultural, societal and philosophical features of law. Through law From recent reading from “Is eating people wrong?” by Allan Hutchinson and What about Law? By Catherine Barnard both has critically and analytically assessed the reciprocal nature of law in society.

My love of law was cemented by my studies in Law at A-level where I met my lessons with my undogmatic approach and gritty curiosity. I enjoyed engaging with ethical theories and exposing the challenging responses.