The legal system is a very complicated set of rules and roles however, it can be simplified into
three parts the law, institutions and professionals/roles. These
The law is a scaffold, providing order and support for the legal system. The Constitution of
Australia is a very important compilation of laws which the Commonwealth governs by. It defines
all the different roles in the legal system and details what they must do and in what matter. It also
specifies the power that each role in parliament has over their respective jurisdiction/role. Without
these sets of rules the government would have the power to do anything they wanted and there'd
be nothing stopping someone like a local magistrate to deeming themselves a member of the High
Court or judges prosecuting someone for no reason. The rules of the legal system prevent these
things from happening and ensure that justice is kept just in the court of law.
Legal profession is a profession and a study, developed and applied laws. There is a requirement
for someone choosing a career in law to first obtain a law degree or some other form of legal
education. In civil law countries there are usually career paths in law such as a judge, law
jurisdictions and a several year requirement of practicing law privately.
The institution of law in Australia is the commonwealth constitution. This constitution is the set of
rules which controls the power, authority and operation of a Parliament. Additionally each state...