Firstly there are two kinds of law. There is common law: which applies to you and me as natural entities. This is sometimes called 'the law of the land'.
Then there is Admiralty Law: sometimes called 'the law of the sea' (or maritime law) - as nonesensical as this sounds it is, nonethless, true.
Maritime law is applied to a fictional 'you' that is created - by the issuance of a birth certificate and national indentity/insurance number - when a person is born. This process establishes you as a 'corporation': which constitutes a legal entity recognized by the law.
Under maritime law all entities: governments, government departments, local authorites, banks (the list is endless) - are (established as) corporations.
Secondly - justice, on the other hand, is just a concept that means different the things to different people. Contrary to popular belief there is no legal definition for this word.
Thirdly - personally - I think that we should all live by the concept of 'right and wrong' that we were all taught at our mother's knee.