按照马克思主义法学理论的观点，没有上帝和人类是进化的动物。这意味着否定道德准则的绝对可能性，而法律存在于任何可能的权威。此外，马克思主义的理论解释了人类的权利和法律自身的发展与人类的相互作用在含有关于阶级差别的社会结构。这些分歧的社会内部阶级引起冲突和因此法是为了应对社会[ Avineri，美国的冲突，“Karl Marx的社会政治思想、社会和政治科学杂志剑桥，剑桥大学出版社，1970]。但是，为了保持阶级远离沉迷于任何冲突或歼灭导致的无用的斗争，重要的是要保持在社会的权力，仍然高于社会。这个权力是一个单独的类，完全可以维持冲突，维持秩序.。此外，这种权力是占主导地位的社会中占主导地位的阶级比其余的，可能经常被称为国家。因此，可以说，这个国家是阶级帮助创造法律，可以合法的和被压迫的阶级之间的缓和碰撞延续统治的一部分。
In accordance to the theory of Marxist legal theoretical perspective, there is no God and humans are animals which evolve. This implies a denial of moral code absolute possibility and the law existing is being grounded by any possible authority. Furthermore, the theory of Marxists explains that the rights of humans and the law itself develop from the human being interactions within the structures of the society containing distinctions with regard to class. These divisions of class inside the society give rise to conflict and therefore law is developed in order to deal with the conflict in the society[ Avineri, S., ‘The Social and Political Thought of Karl Marx’, Journal of Social and Political sciences, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1970]. But for maintaining the classes to stay away from indulging in any conflict or annihilation resulting in a struggle of useless kind, it is important to maintain a power in the society that remains over and above the society. This power is a separate class altogether functioning to keep the conflicts down and hence maintain order. Additionally, this power is the dominant class in the society that assumes supremacy than the rest and may often be known as the state. So, it can be said that this state is a part of domination of class helping to create law that can be legalized and is perpetuated by the oppressed moderated collision among the other classes.
This essay has been framed to explain that the supreme class in the society only considers law a tool to remain dominant over other classes in the society.
The conception of Class Domination
The means of production, namely land, capital, technology and labor are controlled or owned by the bourgeois. In order to protect economic interest, the class given life to a political and legal system with values and concepts. Economy and economic activities are the base. Political system, society and legal system are superstructures. If such is the state of affairs, law cannot be autonomous.
However, law consists of two important statements with respect to its development in the society by the class dominant power.