I was browsing the Legal Reasoning section at a law library, and stumbled on 2016 Springer book Logic in the Theory and Practice of Lawmaking. I was curious and flipped. OMG! I have J.D. from Canadian law school and LL.M, and I never saw these math-looking symbols before!
What kind of logic is this? I scanned just the pages with the most logic symbols.
What level and subject in university do you learn this logic?!? Google previews the book, and page xix starts to list contributors' degrees. I don't see any math degree.
If Canada's law schools are so great, why don't they teach this logic? Anybody know if Ivy League/Stanford or Oxbridge law schools teach it? "Canadian law schools have notoriously high admission standards and successful applicants are justifiably proud of their accomplishment." "Canadian law schools are considered difficult to get into since there's on average, higher admissions standards."
Steven Haddock LL.B. Osgoode