What do you think the law does for you?

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readerofbooks | College Teacher | (Level 2) Educator Emeritus

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If you are writing an essay on what the law does for people, then you can write on so many different topics. In light of this, let me give you a few suggestions.

First, you can write on the law as a force of civilization. You can write that it is a force against chaos. Think about what would happen if everyone did whatever he or she wanted.

Second, you can write on the topic of law as a way of promoting just punishment. In other words, people do not need to take justice into their own hands. If they did this, then society would be filled with things like revenge.

Third, you can speak of the law as a way of promoting peace. In connection with this, you can even talk about international law and how international law brings nations together and acts as a deterrent against war, at least in some cases.

Finally, the law is not perfect, but in the end it is the best that we have.

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gracy54 | Student, College Freshman | eNotes Newbie

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law provide hamony and order in the society.

the basic law provide for the relationship and the execrise of state power

law provided for orederly resolution of conflict in the society

law ensure security in the society.

it also stop gener discrimination

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pranitingale | Student, Grade 9 | (Level 1) Valedictorian

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♣LAWS ARE OF DIFFERENT TYPES FOR DIFFERENT PURPOSES, EVERY LAW IS A RESULT OF THOUSANDS OF DEBATES AND SPEECHES FOR BETTERMENT OF LIFESTYLE OF THE SOCIETY AND COMMON MAN

 ♦ it preserves our fundamental rights 

♦ it sees every person with equal eye 

♦ it ensures same facilities to every person in the country 

♦ it stops discrimination related to any basis sex, caste, gender, place, etc

♦ FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS  

     ○ right to equility  

     ○ right against religion  

     ○ right against exploitation  

     ○ right to freedom  

     ○ cultural and educational rights  

     ○ right to constitutional remedies

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