The Importance Of Law Scenarios To 2030

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The Federal Law Enforcement Agency (FLEA) is a national security and law enforcement agency that uses, collects, and shares intelligence with a mission to protect the American People and uphold the Constitution of the United Sates.

This report was prepared by the Southern Independent Consultants, Inc. (SIC), Fayetteville, Georgia, and provides a perspective on the FLEA current/existing organizational strategies, stressed test against the Law Scenarios to 2030. The Law Scenarios to 2030 is based on the premise that prospective thinking is not only desirable, but also necessary in order to ensure that laws and legal systems do not become obsolete, ineffective or unjust. The Law
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Recruitment and Hiring – The FLEA will transform its recruiting and hiring processes to make recruiting everyone’s (all employees) job, focusing on diversity, skill, gaps, and leadership. The FLEA will provide high quality career development and enrichment opportunities to advance skill sets, provide career growth opportunities, all to better retain talented employees.

6). Stewardship – The FLEA will uphold the trust of the American people by being good stewards of the finances, personnel, and infrastructure entrusted to the organization.

Law Scenarios to 2030
The Law Scenarios to 2030 report provides actionable recommendations for policy, research, and legal education. It points out prospective thinking about law is not only desirable, but required to in order to ensure law and legal systems continue to exist effectively (Hill, 2011). It is a law of the future joint action program, with input from creative thinkers from practice and academia to reflect on alternative futures for law and legal systems. It engaged representatives from government, business, and civic groups leading to the production of actionable recommendation for:
a. Policy: What should be done?
b. Research: What don’t we know? and
c. Legal Education: What should be taught?
Present trends, future
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This overarching constitutional framework largely defines state governance. The principle of legality – all governments are bound by law – is the broadly accepted principle that underlies the global legal environment. Public law has surpassed national and regional value conflicts. And the notion of ‘law’ is public; it derives from a public body (some more democratic than others), be it national, regional or international. The global fundamental rights catalogue allows a broad margin of appreciation, but a global system of human rights adjudication, comprised of a web of international, regional and national courts and other conflict resolution bodies, is gradually filling in the margins with their
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