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EU Citizenship and Law on Free Movement
17th Oct 2019
Introduction: How far does the law on free movement suggest that EU citizenship should now be seen as the key status for persons moving between EU Member States?...

International Law Dissertation Topics
3rd Oct 2019
Introduction: We have collated for you a selection of 12 dissertation topics and ideas on European law, international and private international law. You are welcome to use these topics to help you create your own law dissertation topics......

R v Foreign Secretary (Gentle)
3rd Sep 2019
Introduction: The claimants were the mothers of two British servicemen killed serving in Iraq. Inquests were to be held into the circumstances of their deaths......

The Role that Prison Law Plays
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: 'Good order in prison is maintained by a mixture of formal and informal mechanisms.' In considering the proposition the 'Good order ......

The Institution of the Ombudsman
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The Treaty of Maastricht created the institution of the Ombudsman which is a dispute resolution system between individuals and European ......

Contribution Legal Positivists
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: In this essay I will examine the contribution legal positivists have made to the question of what law is by looking at different theories from ......

Guinness Share Trading Scandal
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The existing prosecuting authorities such as Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Serious Fraud Office (SRO) deals with corporate and fraud cases....

The Law of Tort and Negligence
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: With reference to this assignment, I have opted to critically analyse the case of Z v United Kingdom which I think has a significant aspect ......

Judicial Precedent is Source of Law
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: Judicial precedent is the source of law where past decisions create law for judges to refer back to for guidance in future cases. Precedent is based upon the principle of stare decisis et non quieta movere, more commonly referred...

Common Law Reasoning and Human Rights Act
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) was envisaged to prevent the repetition of the immense Human Rights violation as experienced in ......

Dublin Convention and Immigration Law
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The Dublin Convention came into force on 1 September 1997, providing criteria for establishing which Member State of the EU is responsible for ......

Victim Status Within Human Rights
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: NGOs and human rights lawyers are the main human rights protectors at national and international levels. Their participation in the process ......

The Protection of Individual Rights in UK
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The Human Rights Act 1998 is the Labour party incorporation of the European Convention on Human Rights into United Kingdom law.1The principle ......

European Convention and Law of Defamation
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: Reputation is so important that the English law has made a law of defamation to protect the individual from having his/her reputation lowered ......

Repealing The Humans Rights Act
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: Every state has a fundamental duty to protect the rights and freedoms of its citizens. In the majority of democratic states, fundamental rights ......

Human Rights and the Right to Life
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: In this paper, one of the most important rights in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) will be analyzed. Although this may seem ......

The Basic Purpose of Contract Law
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: The basic purpose of contract law is to provide a framework within which individuals can freely contract. The contract can legally bind the contracting parties by the creation of laws which are applicable...

Bound by European Court of Human Rights
20th Aug 2019
Introduction: Giving prisoners the right to vote has created a huge controversy within the UK, it is arguable that prisoners when in prison that do not have to ......

Common Law is Developed by Judges
19th Aug 2019
Introduction: Common law is developed by judges through decisions of courts and similar tribunals (also called case law), rather than through legislative statues or executive branch action....

Tribunal Procedures Effectiveness to Justice
19th Aug 2019
Introduction: Tribunals are a branch of the court system established by Act of Parliament to deal with disputes between the citizen and the state or between ......