Student at Symbiosis Law School, Pune, India.
Law may be defined only as a set of rules and regulation which control or govern the way in which the society works, however law is much more than this. There is always a requirement to preserve a balance between society and the individuals living in it so that they can coexist interdependently, which will, in turn, aid in bringing about social change. This is why a society needs control since there is always a necessity to keep this equilibrium. A society is a diverse community that is home to individuals of varying classes, creeds, colours, genders, and historical and cultural backgrounds. It is vital that there be no difference generated among these people regardless of the identities they bring to the table in order to bring about homogeneity, which is something that can only be accomplished through the topic of law. Change in society is something that every society and its people look forward to since an improvement in any aspect is always something that should be welcomed. The rule of law is an essential component in every movement toward social transformation. In a lawless society, there is no harmony or peace between the members of the community and among themselves. Thus, law proves to be an important tool for societal transformation.
International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 3, Page 2026 - 2030DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.113279
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