The rule of law is the legal principle that law should govern a nation, as opposed
to being governed by arbitrary decisions of individual government officials.
COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW. VOL. 97 January 1997 NO. 1. "THE RULE OF LAW'
AS A CONCEPT IN. CONS'I'L''UTIONAL DISCOURSE. Richard H. Fallon, Jr. *.
The concept of “Rule of Law” is the building block on which the modern
democratic society is founded. For the successful functioning of the polity it is
Definition of rule of law: Absolute predominance or supremacy of ordinary law of
the land over all citizens, no matter how powerful. First expounded by the UK ...
The legal definition of Rule of Law is That individuals, persons and government
shall submit to, obey and be regulated by law, and not arbitrary action by an ...
At its most basic the rule of law is the concept that the law applies to everyone
equally. This can be seen in The Institute's rule of law principles.
the concept of the rule of law. It then considers a working definition of the rule of
law that has been proposed by the American Bar. Association's World Justice ...
“The Rule of Law, in its most basic form, is the principle that no one is above the
law. The principle is intended to be a safeguard against arbitrary governance, ...
Jul 6, 2007 ... The concept of Rule of Law (by whatever name) was developed since the Middle
Ages to oppose arbitrary rule and to limit the use of power by ...
CONFERENCE ON. “THE RULE OF LAW AS A PRACTICAL CONCEPT”.
Lancaster House, London. Friday 2 March 2012 (9h00 to 17h30). REPORTS ...