Critical Legal Studies.

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Critical Legal Studies (CLS) is a school of thought that poses challenge to the norms and customs in the society with respect to the formulation of rules and laws. The followers of the CLS believe that the laws are formulated by the wealthy class of the society and these laws only protect the interests of powerful relevant population.

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Critical Legal StudiesCritical Legal Studies (CLS) is a school of thought that poses challenge to the norms and customs in the society with respect to the formulation of rules and laws. The followers of the CLS believe that the laws are formulated by the wealthy class of the society and these laws only protect the interests of powerful relevant population. The existing laws legislate and approve the inequalities and oppressions of the wealthy over poor and underprivileged class. Critical Legal Studies movement origins back to 1970s when a number of people in America started to resist to the existing laws illustrating that these laws do not present the perspectives of general public. The movement categorically targets the systematic hierarchical established system of the government and justice system to overturn its procedures to formulated newer system focused on society. The admi

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