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Sociological School

Sociological School

Rudolff von Ihering is considered a precursor to the school of jurisprudence of interests and is always presented as dogmatic brilliant exponent. In the final theory created by him “should not be considered a positive legal order as a deductive enunciation of an idea or a plan, but as a consequence of the needs of social life … no law or code can be sufficiently understood without knowledge of the actual social conditions of the people and the time of…

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Legal Code Development

Legal Code Development

. On January 22, 2007 the law was published 1123, 2007, “by which states the attorney’s disciplinary code.” This law repealed in pertinent Decree 196 of 1971, Article 13 of Decree 1137 of 1971 and Act 20 of 1972 which came down the statute of attorney previously. The law would govern four months after its publication and therefore begins to run from May 22, 2007, subject to the retroactive application of disciplinary rules for lawyers who were already ongoing processes….

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Emile Durkheim

Emile Durkheim

Subsequently, the right arose spontaneously and the habit was his only original source. The right must be studied from the viewpoint of social phenomenon, rather than from any other perspective, as we could study any other subject of physical naturalness. From this position the right take the form of "being" rather than "ought", as he is known by tradition. This phenomenon would then be manipulated, verifiable by experience, almost anatomically specific. Emile Durkheim. He argues also that the right is…

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