Similarly, our students and faculty also have the opportunity to effectuate change in our society by presenting their views and research to the world.
For its part, Congress authorized the use of force to effectuate the Security Council resolutions against Iraq.
The Court will likely hold that U.S. citizens detained as enemy combatants have the right to challenge their detention in court via the writ of habeas corpus, and that they have some limited right to counsel to effectuate this right.
If the purpose of law, broadly speaking, is to effectuate political change, then, clearly, judges are political actors who must be accountable to the public like other politicians.
Typically, contracts are construed to effectuate the parties' intent - and here, their intent, as expressed, in the contract, was to not get married.
Its purpose was to enable the states to better effectuate their police powers by eliminating the discrimination in favor of out-of-state sellers.
She has completely ignored that the 21st Amendment was enacted to effectuate the repeal of the 18th Amendment.
This disposition often resulted in a general upsurge in the overall economy and served to effectuate the general distribution of land wealth.
With tactics such as definition, cultural persuaders create knowledge and effectuate control over that which they describe.
Accordingly, the Court has authority to do all that is necessary to effectuate the grant of its appellate jurisdiction under section 73 of the Constitution.