Justice in Law Interpretation: the Review of Aspects

This article provides general theoretical aspects of the study of justice in the interpretation of law. The main attention is focused on formal, substantive and procedural aspects which based on Aristotle’s distributive and equalizing justice. It was developed by John Rawls nowadays. The main idea of the formal aspect is the equal treatment in similar cases. It is implemented in requirement of sameness which considered in two points of view: as interpreter’s convexity in further interpretations of interpretive conclusions which were received previously in similar cases and how the results accorded to the given to others in similar situations by interpreter interpretation (especially official). The central position of substantive justice formulated from requirement to give a due to everyone, which means proportionate allotment of the subject with what he deserves. Procedural aspects are characterized by absolute, not absolute and purely procedural justice variations. Also, the article has the idea about existence of individual and collective aspects of justice in the interpretation and legal activities which are divided on the basis of who form views about justice and its carrier. Another aspect is called social justice that goes to the benefit of the entire human civilization.