Justice (disambiguation)

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Justice is the philosophical concept of the morally correct assignment of goods and evils.

Justice or Justices may also refer to:

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  • Justice (Armenia), progressive electoral coalition in Armenia
  • JUSTICE, UK human rights and law reform organisation
  • Justice, a title of certain classes of judge
  • "Justice", a Harvard University course taught by Michael J. Sandel, published on TV, book and online
  • IP Justice, international civil liberties organization
  • Justice?, a 1990s campaign against the UK's Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994
  • Justice (electronic court filing system), the case management and electronic court filing system for most of the Russian Courts

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