Jurisprudence – Notes, Cases & Study Material

By | November 11, 2020
Jurisprudence

Jurisprudence is the study of the theory and philosophy of law. The subject, in its entirety, differs from other social sciences. This has given rise to several debates with regards to the nature of jurisprudence as a science vis-à-vis its nature as art.

To help students become proficient in the study of Jurisprudence, Legal Bites has created a comprehensive course consisting of 5 modules and an additional section which contains well-researched and informative articles on a range of topics.

The study material provides detailed insight into all the three branches of jurisprudence: analytical, sociological, and theoretical. By the end of this course, readers will be able to understand the fundamentals of law, gain necessary legal acumen to interpret laws and familiarize themselves with legal systems as well as legal thought.

Important articles and study material on Jurisprudence – Click on the topics to Read:

Module 1: Introduction and Sources of Law

  1. Meaning of the term ‘jurisprudence’, Importance, Indian Perspective
  2. Nature and definition of law
  3. Relation between Law and Morality
  4. Law and Justice
  5. Sources of Law
  6. Jurisprudence & Other Social Sciences: Evaluating the Interrelation
  7. Different Approaches towards the Study of Jurisprudence

Module 2: Schools of Jurisprudence

  1. Criticism of Austin’s theory of positivism
  2. Historical School of Jurisprudence
  3. Sociological School of Jurisprudence
  4. Natural law School
  5. Kelsen’s Pure Theory of Law & HLA Hart’s Theory
  6. Legal Realism – American Realism and the Scandinavian Realists

Module 3: Ownership, Possession, and Property

  1. Possession: Definition, concept, and importance
  2. Ownership: Definition, Concept and Kinds
  3. Relation between Possession and Ownership
  4. Kinds of property

Module 4: Concept of Rights and Duties

  1. Rights, Duties, and Wrongs: An Overview
  2. Hohfeld’s Theory of Jural Relations

Module 5: Constitutionalism

  1. Evolution of liberal theories of justice
  2. Role of State in Maintaining Freedom
  3. Marxism and the element of ideology in law
  4. Role of culture in constitutionalism
  5. Notion of otherness and the politics of difference

Other Important Articles

  1. Meaning, Nature And Scope of Jurisprudence
  2. Sources of Law by Shubhendu
  3. Sources of Law by Mayank Shekhar
  4. Schools of Jurisprudence
  5. Renaissance Period of Natural Law
  6. Analytical School
  7. Historical School
  8. Sociological School
  9. Nature, Purpose and Functions of Law
  10. Kinds of Law
  11. Theories Of Juristic Personality
  12. Concept Of State And Sovereignty
  13. Concept Of Legal Rights
  14. Rights and Duties in Jurisprudence
  15. Concept of Justice
  16. Administration Of Justice
  17. Precedent
  18. Obiter Dicta
  19. Ratio Decidendi
  20. Legislation and its Types
  21. Laws of Property Under Jurisprudence
  22. Possession
  23. Ownership

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3 thoughts on “Jurisprudence – Notes, Cases & Study Material

  1. chinki kashyap

    which one jurist made the biggest contribution and why?

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