1. What are the two styles of common law judges reasoning put forward by Llewellyn?
- Deductive and Inductive
- Reasoned and Valued
- Grand and Formal
- Democratic and Non-Democratic
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2. According to Dworkin, where there is 'confusion about a statute or precedent, there are...?'
- No rules for defining them
- Various methods of interpretation open to the judges
- Right and wrong ways to read them
- Never any conclusive answers
3. According to Oliver Wendell-Holmes, who must we look at the law as?
- The moral man
- The bad man
- The law-maker
- The good man
4. What is the realist argument against rules have definitive outcomes?
- The amount of rules means there is a large amount of support for both sides in a case
- There is no consensus on what rules should contain
- Judges will deliberately ignore some rules in favour of others
- Rules are not always moral so outcomes are unfair
5. The judicial task originally involved...?
- The mechanical, uncontroversial derivation of legal conclusions without regard to consequences
- Going beyond their powers and making new Law where Parliament has failed to act
- Using their own moral judgements to decide cases
- Only applying the Law which is present in statutes