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Published on Aug 8, 2019
What does it mean for laws to be in conflict? How are such conflicts resolved?
Professor Gary Lawson explains how different authorities and sources can be considered laws. What happens when these different laws point to different outcomes in a particular case? Professor Lawson shows how judicial review is the necessary power of the court to discern and decide the hierarchy of governing laws.
Professor Gary Lawson is the Philip S. Beck Professor at Boston University School of Law.
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