Law is legislation enacts by society and government to regulate human behavior. There are longstanding debates about its precise definitions. Law is the art of justice. Statutes can create by state-enforced laws through decrees and regulations, usually in common law jurisdictions. Private individuals may resolve disputes in alternative ways such as mediators. Law serves as a mediator of relations between people and shapes society, economy, politics in various ways. Laws vary from country to country. Different kinds of law such as civil law, common law, criminal law, religious law, etc. Civil law is used in most countries in the world today. Decisions made by courts as “law” on equal footing with statutes adopted through the legislative process in the common law. Religious law is explicitly on religious precepts. Examples include the Jewish Halakha and Islamic Sharia. Lastly, the law is created by human beings to control human behavior.