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    • Ubuntu versus the core values of the South African Constitution 

      Keevy, I. (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2009-12)
      English: At the dawn of South Africa's new era of constitutionalism the Constitutional Court introduced "African law and legal thinking" and ubuntu to South African jurisprudence as part of the Constitution's source of ...
    • The unborn and A, B, & C v Ireland: chronicles 

      De Freitas, S. A.; Myburgh, G. A. (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2010-06)
      A, B, and C v Ireland (ABC-case) arose from an application lodged on 15 July 2005 to the European Court of Human Rights, which was directly referred to the Grand Chambers (thus indicating the importance of the case) for a ...
    • The unresolved search for the proper standard of review of affirmative action: Solidarity obo Barnard v SAPS 

      Pretorius, J. L. (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2013-12)
      In Solidarity obo Barnard v SAPS, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) set aside the order of the Labour Appeal Court (LAC), which upheld the decision of the National Commissioner of Police not to appoint a white female ...
    • What divides, what joins and who decides? Diversity, the common good and limited law 

      Benson, I. T. (Faculty of Law, University of the Free State, 2014)
      English: It is commonplace to hear politics and law extol the importance of "pluralism" and "diversity". In addition to difference, however, and less discussed, but certainly important, is the notion of "the common good". ...