BLACKSTONE, COMMENTARIES, 44. Blackstone said that law, in its most general and comprehensive sense, "is that rule of action which is prescribed by some superior and which the inferior is bound to obey。
 G. Wille, The Definition of Law, 61 S. African L.J. 180 (1944 definition of law, " Rules of human conduct made-and enforced by the state ", the following: " For the purpose of assuring peace and order among the inhabitants, by preventing them from committing dishonest or careless acts, by promoting trustworthiness and industry, and by safeguarding incompetent, persons."
 the ultimate object of the law is to ensure the peace and order of the community.
 Hugh Evander Willis, A Definition of Law, 12 Va. L. Rev. (1925-1926) p, 210. Law in the legal sense may, therefore, be defined as follows: Law is a scheme of social control, backed and sanctioned by the power of the state, for the protection of social interests, by means of legal capacities and legal redress。
 "This is the more usual way to define law, as witness the following definitions: "The science of law is that organized body of knowledge that has to do with the administration of justice by public or regular tribunals in accordance with principles or rules of general character and more or less uniform application." Pound. "On the whole the safest definition of law in the lawyer's sense appears to be a rule of conduct binkiing on the members of the commonwealth as such." Pollock. "The law may be taken for every purpose, save that of strictly philosophical inquiry, to be the sum of rules administered by courts of justice." Pollock and Maitland. "Law is a rule of conduct obtaining among a class of human beings and sanctioned by human displeasure." Clark. "Law is a general rule of external human action enforced by a sovereign political authority." Holland. law may be defined, not only as a scheme of social control, but as the science, that is, the organized body of knowledge composed of principles, rules and standards, which deals with the administration of justice. A law, in the specific sense, may be defined as a principle, rule, or standard in accordance with which justice is administered.
 Garies (Introduction to the Science of Law, p. 20) says: Positive law is one proceeding from an outwardly sustained authority, suited to the time, the place, the people, and the state of culture ".
 Leon Duguit said, "Law is not the command of a sovereign state, but a by-law governing a group."
 Ihering, in his famous work (Der Zweck im Recht, p: 499), says：Law is the complex of the conditions of society guaranteed by the external power of the State ".