Law

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

law enforcement   (cumplimiento de la ley)

Troop Z is composed of 14 law enforcement personnel.

Troop BT is composed of 12 law enforcement personnel.

This has two main benefits for law enforcement.

law firm   (despacho de abogados)

Nasrin Sotoudeh works for Shirin Ebadi's law firm.

Setting down roots, Paul opened his own law firm.

One of the senior partners at Paula's new law firm.

studied law   (estudió Leyes)

She studied law in the offices of Henry W. Palmer.

She has a degree in sociology and has studied law.

He was born in Limassol and studied law in Moscow.

law school   (Facultad de Derecho)

He was later able to take some law school classes.

Established in 1920, the law school offers the J.D.

Another fellow law school student was Barack Obama.

international law   (ley internacional)

It functioned as the international law of commerce.

Signers are bound under international law.

legal theory) and from public and private international law.

common law   (ley común)

The common law is more malleable than statutory law.

Still, many states retain selected common law crimes.

Post-partition, India retained its common law system.

law degree   (grado legal)

She finished a law degree at Skopje University.

and law degree from the University of Denver.

Toma has a law degree from the Moldova State University.

state law   (Ley del Estado)

Historically, the Gemeindeordnung was state law.

The board's jurisdiction comes from state law: L.R.S.

Obscenity charges were brought under Illinois state law.

federal law   (ley Federal)

The applicable federal law is found at and , et seq.

The karat system is a standard adopted by US federal law.

§ 1983, a federal law prohibiting the deprivation of civil rights.

signed into law   (firmado en ley)

It was signed into law by George W. Bush in 2004.

Of the 320 bills introduced, 88 were signed into law.

It was signed into law by the governor on September 5.

practiced law

After passing the bar he practiced law until 1861.

He also practiced law in Verona, Padua, and Venice.

He then practiced law in Charlestown, New Hampshire.

martial law   (ley marcial)

The governor, Luis Muñoz Marín, declared martial law.

On May 20, martial law was declared in Beijing.

Banks posted guards and declared martial law.

practice of law   (práctica del derecho)

He returned to the private practice of law in 1949.

Selden retired from the practice of law in 1879.

Clardy reentered the private practice of law in 1934.

law practice   (práctica legal)

Afterwards he resumed his law practice in Catskill.

Carswell returned to his law practice after the war.

After his studies he ran a law practice in Amsterdam.

rule of law   (Imperio de la ley)

Others also took notice of Wiesenburg's strong stand for the rule of law.

First was jurisprudential: What rule of law would they urge the Court to adopt?

He vowed "to continue the political struggle for democracy, for the rule of law".

criminal law   (derecho penal)

He again voted for criminal law reform, 4 June.

U.S. contractors will be subject to Iraqi criminal law.

The criminal law also changed its perspectives on women.

new law

One of the senior partners at Paula's new law firm.

This new law went into effect on Jan 1, 2007.

A new law came into effect on April 17, 2009.

civil law

The Rig Veda provides little evidence of civil law.

Fixtures are known in civil law as essential parts.

Analogous doctrines exist in civil law countries.

law and order   (la Ley y el orden)

Kshatriyas include those who maintain law and order.

The party stood for pro law and order, anti bureaucracy.

Wilburn's actions helped bring law and order to the region.

canon law   (derecho Canónico)

In 1983, the Church issued a new code of canon law.

The academic degrees in canon law are the J.C.B.

He became an expert in Gregorian chant and canon law.

law enforcement agencies   (las fuerzas del orden)

, 5,271 law enforcement agencies submitted NIBRS data.

They must also notify other nearby law enforcement agencies promptly.

The E7 was to be only available for law enforcement agencies to purchase.

law firms   (bufetes de abogados)

It is one of the "Big Five law firms" in South Africa.

His wife divorces him and many clients move law firms.

In Australia, it was considered one of the Australian Big Six law firms.

practice law   (practicar la ley)

He went on to practice law in Toronto for 28 years.

Baker moved to Georgia in the 1970s to practice law.

He then went to Council Bluffs, Iowa to practice law.

constitutional law   (ley constitucional)

in comparative constitutional law at Osgoode Hall in 2004.

He reported on the French constitutional law of 23 July 2008.

This debate spilled over into the realm of constitutional law.

study law

He was admitted in 1541 to Gray's Inn to study law.

He entered the Inner Temple to study law in 1534.

He went on to study law in Halifax and Amherst.

law professor

He is a law professor at the Harvard Law School.

Bainbridge has been a law professor at UCLA since 1997.

In 1990, he became a law professor at Baylor University.

law schools

programs that are offered by certain law schools.

US News only ranks the top three-fourths of law schools.

Presently, twenty-five U.S. law schools offer health law programs.

law clerk   (ayudante legal)

Wright served as a law clerk for Judge Damon Keith.

As a young law student, Rouda worked as a law clerk.

She was the first female law clerk to renowned federal judge Henry J.

passed a law

On September 2, 1958, Congress passed a law (72 Stat.

On July 14, 1826 Congress passed a law calling for a new election.

However, in 1998, the legislature passed a law reorganizing the department.

local law

The local law enforcement was involved in twenty-seven incidents at the high school.

It was deployed by the local law enforcement during a political rally in Chandigarh.

The community was named after Vada Wooten, the daughter of a local law enforcement agent.

practicing law

Judge Burwell began practicing law in Oklahoma in 1891.

Wiggins retired from practicing law in 2001.

McKusick began practicing law with Pierce Atwood in 1952.

copyright law   (ley de copyright)

The film is noteworthy as a precedent in copyright law.

Questions arise as to the application of copyright law.

In 1980, copyright law was extended to computer programs.

case law   (caso de ley)

This sentence set down case law for future claims.

The SCA is driven by case law and court interpretation.

This was the basis for Anglo-Hindu case law.

law enforcement officers   (los agentes del orden)

Hence the need for de-escalation tactics on the part of law enforcement officers.

The uncle was responsible for advising the law enforcement officers of his whereabouts.

The Red Sox reported the decision was made "to support efforts of law enforcement officers."

electoral law

The first electoral law was passed in , and the second on .

However, for a trick of the electoral law, it obtained less seats.

The current electoral law was approved in 2014 and replaces the 1993 law.

studying law

After this, he tried studying law but disliked it.

He stopped studying law to pursue his musical career.

After studying law, he entered the École des Chartes.

private law   (derecho privado)

He returned to private law practice from 1970 to 1972.

In 1943, Perry returned to private law practice in Wheaton.

Outside of Richmond, Gilbert works in a private law practice.

degree in law

He has a bachelor's degree in law from the University of Rome.

He graduated with a degree in law from the Universidad del Rosario.

Schmidt-Ott had a degree in law.

professor of law

In 1879, he was appointed professor of law and legal history.

He then became a professor of law at the University of Siena.

In 1772 he became a professor of law.

family law   (ley familiar)

Singh has worked as a family law barrister since 2006.

She is also a practicing family law attorney/mediator.

Up until then, all family law cases were held in private.

law office

In 1698, Law established a law office in Milford.

He also had a law office in the Laffan Building.

He was employed in a law office in Ózd in 1966.

required by law

The referendums did not reach the quorum required by law for their validity.

Instead, they adopt their own system of certification which is required by law.

In some states a head rest is required by law with the barber chair for shaving.

became law

The new Act of Supremacy became law on 8 May 1559.

Bills became law once the Raja gave his assent.

If royal assent was denied, the bill never became law.

administrative law

The special administrative law consists of various laws.

He became an administrative law judge.

The French body of administrative law is called ""droit administratif"".

law enforcement agency   (agencia de la ley)

The PRVWSD operates a law enforcement agency within the district.

During this nature of emergency, the MPD are considered a federal law enforcement agency.

Cleveland's law enforcement agency is the Cleveland Division of Police, established in 1866.

local law enforcement

The local law enforcement was involved in twenty-seven incidents at the high school.

It was deployed by the local law enforcement during a political rally in Chandigarh.

The community was named after Vada Wooten, the daughter of a local law enforcement agent.

law student   (estudiante de derecho)

As a young law student, Rouda worked as a law clerk.

While still a law student, Kline ran for U.S. Congress in 1986.

Diaz was a law student at the time.

public law   (ley Pública)

It is among the notable public law school in Malaysia.

Administrative law is considered a branch of public law.

Then he resumed studies in public law.

read law   (estudiar derecho)

John was educated in Savannah and read law there.

He read law and was admitted to the bar in South Carolina.

Thereafter he read law at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.

law was passed

The first electoral law was passed in , and the second on .

The law was passed on March 1, 2014.

This new law was passed in 1965.

law does

The law does not countenance such inconsistencies.

And the law does not refer to some natural order.

Swiss law does not allow for any form of class action.

law passed

A law passed on 14 February formally abolished the Reichsrat.

Aviation Service Act The Aviation Service Act is a U.S. law passed in 1914.

He also wanted the repeal of a law passed during previous session that disenfranchised Mormons.

natural law

in 1858 on slavery's consistency with natural law.

Albert places God as the pinnacle of justice and natural law.

A hypothesis leading to a natural law?

law students

The "Journal" is currently, and always has been, run by law students.

His name is also attached to several awards given to law students and lawyers.

The founders of the group were law students, Detlef Girrmann and Dieter Thieme.

law does not

The law does not countenance such inconsistencies.

And the law does not refer to some natural order.

Swiss law does not allow for any form of class action.

law case   (caso legal)

Powell v Lee Powell v Lee (1908) 99 LT 284 was an English contract law case.

The law case was settled two years later, with both men's claims on half of the castle being upheld.

Atlantic Mutual was involved in a significant tax law case which reached the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1990s.

first law

Susan Blackmore, "Blackmore's first law", 2004.

It is considered the first law in China's e-commerce legislation.

due to moving pistons), we get a rather general form of the first law for open systems.

law requires   (la ley requiere)

City law requires that all short-term rentals be registered.

She writes, "The law requires conformity to its own notion of 'nature'.

Kuwaiti law requires the government to include at least one elected lawmaker.

law enforcement officials

Again, law enforcement officials did little to investigate the charges at the time.

Costilla Sánchez has also been indicted for threatening U.S. law enforcement officials in November 1999.

On November 15, 2001 American law enforcement officials determined that Benatta had no ties to terrorism.

second law

This second law was not approved by the electors.

in accordance with the second law of thermodynamics.

His second law is the same as what Mendel published.

tax law

The reason for the wild costumes was Swedish tax law.

He practiced business, real estate and tax law for 17 years.

The patent is thus, in effect, one on compliance with US tax law.

contract law   (Derecho contractual)

100) is a leading case in Scots contract law.

Gabay assisted Tzeltner to publish his book on contract law.

He was a contract law scholar, but also wrote about trade regulation law.

property law

TSR itself ran afoul of intellectual property law in several cases.

Scots property law Scots property law governs the rules of property in Scotland.

court of law   (Tribunal de Justicia)

John's case is accepted in the court of law.

Allaham denied the allegations and the lawsuit was dismissed later in court of law.

Frankly speaking marriage is solemnised between man and woman before the court of law.

humanitarian law   (derecho humanitario)

The Catechist was perceived as being neutral, having a sense of authority, and adherence to international humanitarian law.

United Nations (UN) investigator Ben Emmerson said that U.S. drone strikes may have violated international humanitarian law.

The use of biological weapons is prohibited under customary international humanitarian law, as well as a variety of international treaties.

rights law

They both were active in civil rights law as well.

"Civil rights law depends heavily on private enforcement.

The Judiciary Committee had jurisdiction over both abortion and human rights law.

national law   (ley Nacional)

The enforcement of a European patent is dealt with by national law.

It became a powerful institution as Community law overrides national law.

124, is the national law of Japan concerning cannabis possession, cultivation, and transfer.

customary law

The is a record of their customary law during this period.

Ācāra, however, is a particularly narrow scope of customary law.

However, many Muslims dealt with such matters in terms of customary law.

law against   (ley contra)

There is no law against excessive compulsory overtime.

She continues to fight for a separate law against "honour" killings.

There's no law against it.

patent law   (ley de Patentes)

degree with a concentration in patent law in 1976.

He practiced patent law at a small firm in Fairfield.

is not a valid statement of patent law.

labor law

This effort did not lead to proposal of labor law.

Increasingly, corporate law has converged with labor law.

See also US labor law and .

environmental law

Ince's first two books concerned the then emerging field of environmental law.

The case is a contributor to the development of international environmental law.

Customary international law is an important source of international environmental law.

brother in law

Will talks on the phone with Gavin, his brother in law.

Her brother in law was for many years a keyboardist at Tanglewood.

Roomi had good understanding with his brother in law Anjum and sister in law Zoya.

law allows

French law allows for bicycle safety wings up to 40 centimetres.

The law allows caning.

Sudanese law allows for conscription of women, but this is not implemented in practice.

law enforcement officer

As a constitutional officer the Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer within his County.

It falls under the authority of the Sheriff, who is the chief law enforcement officer of the parish.

no law

, there is no law on net neutrality in South Africa.

There is no law against excessive compulsory overtime.

An unjust law was in a sense no law at all.

own law

Setting down roots, Paul opened his own law firm.

Belgium adopted its own law on once-only in 2014.

It said the government had misinterpreted its own law.

commercial law   (ley comercial)

He worked in the area of corporate and commercial law.

The new merchant law encompasses a huge body of international commercial law.

He specializes in property and commercial law and public-private partnerships.

before the law

You want to be treated like normal people with the same protections before the law".

On 25 January 2009, the day before the law on "extreme pornography" came into effect, CAAN protested in London.

According to the 1964 Constitution of Afghanistan, all Afghans are equal in rights and obligations before the law.

received his law

In 1936 he received his law (LL.B.)

He received his law degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1948.

He received his law degree (LL.B) from the Punjab University Law College in 1955.

corporate law   (derecho Corporativo)

Increasingly, corporate law has converged with labor law.

In 2000, Hall Estill acquired Nichols Wolfe, a Tulsa corporate law firm founded in 1965.

This was halted by stock exchange regulation and corporate law amendments in most countries.

labour law

The plan contributed in creating a passive labour law.

The scope of Japanese labour law is defined by the Japanese Civil Code.

With this, the 1990 labour law was pro-labour and expensive to administer.

other law   (otra ley)

These programs draw students from many other law schools in the country.

Plaintiffs will also often say they don't know about claims filed by other law firms.

A 2012 report showed that 18% of first-year students at Arizona Summit had transferred to other law schools.

law did

The law did not redistribute land automatically.

The change in the law did not affect the incumbents.

The law did not apply to Alderney and Sark.

law required

In 1989, a new law required all union general secretaries to be elected.

Salic law required the division of the kingdom among the sons of Chlodomer.

In addition, law required a longer course of study, giving Kafka time to take classes in German studies and art history.

passed into law   (aprobado en ley)

However, these two bills were never passed into law.

The Act was passed into law on April 21, 1851.

California's Reader Privacy Act was passed into law in 2011.

law requiring   (ley que requiere)

Authorities do not always respect the law requiring search warrants.

There is no law requiring that public buildings be wheelchair-accessible.

Uruguay has a sanctioned law requiring that the state give priority to Free Software.

law courts

His works are still cited by common law courts around the world.

The law courts ("Parlements") were powerful, especially that of France.

They were excluded from appearing in law courts or participating in the assembly.

then studied law

He then studied law at the University of Virginia.

He then studied law at Downing College, Cambridge.

in 1899, and then studied law at the New York Law School.

become law   (convertirse en ley)

Bills must pass each house in order to become law.

The bill did not subsequently become law.

The Mayor's agreement is required for an Act of Changsha People's Congress to become law.

against the law   (contra la ley)

In April 2016, Wimdu filed a lawsuit against the law.

A second challenge against the law was announced on 3 April 2018.

Debtors are also often arrested, also this too is against the law.

international humanitarian law   (Ley humanitaria internacional)

The Catechist was perceived as being neutral, having a sense of authority, and adherence to international humanitarian law.

United Nations (UN) investigator Ben Emmerson said that U.S. drone strikes may have violated international humanitarian law.

The use of biological weapons is prohibited under customary international humanitarian law, as well as a variety of international treaties.

law of thermodynamics   (ley de la termodinámica)

in accordance with the second law of thermodynamics.

This was an early insight into the second law of thermodynamics.

This mathematical result is called the second law of thermodynamics.

bill into law   (proyecto de ley)

The governor signed the bill into law on March 9.

Rick Scott signed the bill into law on March 9.

law reform   (reforma de la ley)

He again voted for criminal law reform, 4 June.

Policy and law reform is an important part of the EDO's work.

He chaired its legal, civil liberties, and law reform committees.

law review

While at Penn, he served as editor-in-chief of the law review.

, it is the 6th ranked law review .

It is the flagship law review of the Georgetown University Law Center.

human rights law

The Judiciary Committee had jurisdiction over both abortion and human rights law.

He is particularly known for his expertise in constitutional and human rights law.

Christine Bell Christine Bell, FBA, FRSE, is a legal scholar, specialising in human rights law.

law department   (Departamento legal)

He headed a law department of UEFA from 1992 to 1995.

She graduated from the law department of Tbilisi State University in 1982.

In 1962, he enrolled in the judicial law department of faculty of law at the University of Tehran.

law studies

In 1926 he started law studies in Latvian University.

Throughout his law studies, he received a number of prizes.

After completing his law studies, he practiced law in Mostar.

immigration law

He specializes in corporate and immigration law.

Kelly earned a reputation for being an aggressive enforcer of immigration law.

It is the interpretation of the rules that make immigration law so controversial.