LAW ORDER AS THE RESULT OF COURT ACTIVITY IN JEROME FRANK'S THEORY
Adygezalova Gyul'naz El'darovna Kuban' State University
Abstract. The article reveals the view of the American realist of law Jerome Frank on judicial proceeding as the way of struggle for one's rights. The author supposes that legal right appears only after its ajudgment but not after being ascertained by a legislator. In modern states court is the main institute providing law order keeping.
Key words and phrases: реалистическая школа права, скептики в отношении норм, скептики в отношении фактов, судебный прецедент, судебный процесс, правопорядок, realistic school of law, skeptics as far as norms are concerned, skeptics as far as facts are concerned, judicial precedent, judicial proceeding, law order.
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