Pros and Cons of Three Legal Theories Natural Law Paper

Pros and Cons of Three Legal Theories Natural Law Paper

(a) gives the pros and cons of three legal theories;

(b) a one page justification of the single theory that you will choose for your Supreme Court Cases.

Be sure to give reasons that relate back to your comments in (a).

(c) Then, finally, give an application of your theory to an event in the world today.

FIVE PAGES: Page One—one theory pro and con/

Page Two—a second theory pro and con/

Page Three—a third theory pro and con/

Page Four—Your preferred theory and why you chose

it over the other two/

Page Five—An application of your preferred theory to a concrete case in the world today whether or not an actual legal case has been started on this issue.

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