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Legality, in respect of an act, agreement, or contract is the state of being consistent with the law or of being lawful or unlawful in a given jurisdiction, and the construct of power.

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Organizations relating to Legality

International Organization of Legal Metrology / Paris, France / Est. 1955
International Academy of Legal Medicine / Padua, Italy / Est. 1938
Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization / Delhi, India / Est. 1956
International Association of Legal Ethics / Calgary AB, Canada
Academy of European Private Lawyers / Milan, Italy / Est. 1992
Mobile Mediterranean University of Mastology / Ioannina, Greece / Est. 1992
Union of Arab Jurists / Est. 1975
Council of Legal Education / Georgetown, Guyana / Est. 1971
European Association for the Teaching of Legal Theory / London, UK / Est. 1989
International Association of Legal Methodology / Sherbrooke QC, Canada / Est. 1986
European Society for Comparative Legal History / Est. 2009
Advisory Centre on WTO Law / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 2001
Committee of Legal Advisers on Public International Law / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1991
World Association of Lawyers / Rockville MD, USA / Est. 1975
International Bioethics Committee of UNESCO / Paris, France / Est. 1993
Association Henri Capitant des amis de la culture juridique française / Paris, France / Est. 1935
European Legal Interpreters and Translators Association / Luxembourg, Luxembourg / Est. 2009
International Association of Evidence Science / Beijing, China / Est. 2011
International Legal Assistance Consortium / Solna, Sweden / Est. 2000
Legal Network International / Geneva, Switzerland
Health Evidence Network / Copenhagen, Denmark
Union for the International Registration of Audiovisual Works / Est. 1991
African Legal Support Facility / Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire / Est. 2008
Clarity / Lansing MI, USA / Est. 1983
Southern African Legal Assistance Network / Dar es Salaam, Tanzania UR / Est. 1994
Interlegal / Dortmund, Germany / Est. 1987
Commonwealth Association of Legislative Counsel / Wellington, New Zealand / Est. 1983
International NGO Task Group on Legal and Institutional Matters / New York NY, USA / Est. 1991
Court of Justice of the Andean Community / Quito, Ecuador / Est. 1979
ALFA International / Chicago IL, USA / Est. 1980
Foundation for Legal Knowledge Systems / Est. 1988
Global Legal Empowerment Network / Washington DC, USA / Est. 2010
Africa Evidence Network / Est. 2012
International Legal Foundation / New York NY, USA / Est. 2001
Southern Refugee Legal Aid Network / Oxford, UK / Est. 2007
German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation / Bonn, Germany / Est. 1992
Australasian Legal Information Institute / Broadway Nedlands NSW, Australia
Jewish Legal Heritage Society / Jerusalem, Israel / Est. 1981
Institute of International Legal Studies, Quezon City / Quezon City, Philippines / Est. 1989
Institute of Air and Space Law, Montréal / Montréal QC, Canada / Est. 1951
Earthjustice / San Francisco CA, USA / Est. 1971
European Legal Studies Institute / Osnabrück, Germany / Est. 1985
International Law Institute, Washington DC / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1955
Center for International Legal Cooperation / The Hague, Netherlands
Utrecht Centre for International Legal Studies / Utrecht, Netherlands / Est. 1955
Institut de financement du développement du Maghreb Arabe, Tunis / Tunis, Tunisia / Est. 1981
Istituto di Studi Giuridici Internazionali / Rome, Italy
Pacific Islands Legal Information Institute / Port Vila, Vanuatu
Institute for European Tort Law / Vienna, Austria / Est. 2002
Atlantic States Legal Foundation / Syracuse NY, USA / Est. 1982

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World Problems relating to Legality

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Illegal induced abortion
Unethical practices in forestry
Militarization of children
Illicit drug trafficking
Inhuman conception by homosexual parents
Unethical commercial practices
Cultivation of illegal drugs
Abusive traffic in immigrant workers
Unethical construction practices
Unethical practices of engineering
Illegal international arms shipments
Overuse of chemicals to control pests
International trade in endangered species
Illegal occupation of unoccupied property
Vulnerable nuclear weapons arsenals
Failure to appear as witness to produce information or to be sworn
Legal havens
Restrictive legal practices
Unethical practices by police forces
Telephone bugging
Legal impediments to foreign investment
Unethical sporting practices
Unethical practices of national defence industries
Politicization of health standards
Securities and commodities exchange violations

Action Strategies relating to Legality

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting children's rights
Expanding use of information technology for law
Restating legal verdict
Forming legal opinion
Making final legal judgement
Implementing environmental legal agreements
Educating lawyers
Improving international cooperation in reducing terrorism
Developing computer law
Studying international law
Recognizing legal validity of guardianship
Deterring crime with legal information
Implementing code of practice on transboundary movements of radioactive waste
Researching legal aspects of biodiversity protection
Settling consumer disputes on the internet
Adopting laws to prevent the illegal export or import of hazardous waste
Legalizing community rights to resource use
Establishing procedures for legal redress for environmental harm
Demanding protective legality
Regulating biodiversity conservation
Regulating electronic commerce
Upholding common acceptance of conferred legal powers
Collecting electronic evidence
Establishing forensic standards for electronic evidence
Collecting evidence

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