Questions for Discussion
• The World Justice Project asserts that “the rule of law is the platform for communities of opportunity and equity and is essential to addressing the world’s most persistent and harmful ills.” Do you agree with this statement? Why or why not?
• Compare the World Justice Project’s definition of the rule of law to your own definitions of the rule of law that you created individually or in your small group. What similarities and differences do you see between the definitions? Are there elements of the World Justice Project definition that you would add to your own definition of the rule of law? Why or why not?
• Think about your own experiences or familiarity with the law in the United States. To what extent do you think the rule of law in the United States adheres to the World Justice Project’s definition of the rule of law? To what extent do you think that the United States fails to live up to this definition?
• The World Justice Project suggests that the four principles it has used to define the rule of law are universal principles. Do you think that these principles would be universally accepted by nations around the world? Why or why not? Do you think these principles should be universally accepted? If not, how would you modify this definition to reflect what you think are universal principles of the rule of law?
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