Athens and the Rule of Law: An Essay in Honour of Martin Krygier
Classical Athens is often held up as a model of the rule of law. But while it did give law central and significant role in its public life, it did not have the institutional resources needed to realize the ideal fully. It lacked a way of helping to make the interpretation of law uniform across different executive and particularly judicial sites.
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