How does law affect the everyday lives of people?
For many people, law is the protection of their interests. The fact is, law has been an important part of society, including social orders and boundaries that could not be crossed. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Law does not just operate in criminal spheres. Law is a significantly more sophisticated tool in the operation of the day-to-day routine.
What are some ways that people can be encouraged to obey the law?
There is no denying that law is important to citizens, plays a profound impact on the lives of the people on a daily basis. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Therefore, all the government should do is to raise residents’ awareness about the significance of orders and regulations and they are in a good hand of protection.
Why do you think some people break the law?
In fact, some people only focus on their own benefits/ interests and ignore the community’s benefits. [Crack IELTS with Rob] This could lead to/ result in unexpected consequences which can have a big impact on their lives or their beloved families’ lives.
Many people think that an occasional, minor breach of the law is ok, what do you think?
From my own perspective, I believe that in any circumstances, a minor breach of the law is unacceptable. Even this is a minority or a majority, it could lead to extraordinary results or unpredictable consequences. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Therefore, people, in general, should obey the law in every single situation.
In what situations (or, areas of activity) do you think international law is most important?
In my opinion, international law is used for maintaining the balance and stability of society. [Crack IELTS with Rob] This will help to reduce/ tighten the gap between the rich and the poor which is the main cause of poverty and wars.
Can you think of any examples of international law?
Kyoto Protocol – environmental protection protocol implemented among nations to reduce greenhouse gas in order to fight global warming. [Crack IELTS with Rob]
What would society be like if there were no laws?
It is possible to foresee that the rate of crimes and violence will be at the climax. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Regular citizens will live in fright/ fear, hence the world would be fallen into chaos and out of control.
In the future, do you think all countries might have the same law?
In my own view, country has their own problem to deal with and applying the same law to nations is unnecessary and formulaic. [Crack IELTS with Rob] Thus, each country should enact their own laws in order to iron out/ solve their problem effortlessly.