Articles tagged as Jamaican Law
This short collection of law papers is of relevance to law students studying within Jamaica or for those with an interest in Jamaican law from outside of the territory. The Jamaican Judiciary is based on the tradition of English Common Law.
Latest Law Papers tagged as Jamaican Law
Including law essays, dissertations, problem questions, case summaries, and law lectures, suitable for law students working towards their LLB / LLM qualifications or those studying for the new SQE.
Hinds v The Queen - Case Summary
By the Gun Court Act 1974 the Parliament of Jamaica established a new court, the Gun Court, to try “firearms offences.” The Act provided for three divisions of the court; the Circuit Court Division and the Resident Magistrate’s Division....
Last modified: 5th Oct 2021
Protecting Citizens Rights in the Caribbean
Judicial review is an effective tool in the protection of citizens’ rights. Judicial review may be defined ......
Last modified: 18th Mar 2021
Upholding Judiciary Independence through the Federal Constitution
Articles 121 to 131A of Malaysia Federal Constitution provide provision for our judiciary. The phrase “there shall be in clause (1) of Art. 121......
Last modified: 6th Aug 2019
Game theory offers a useful insight in the evolution of mediation in Jamaica....
Last modified: 17th Jul 2019
Legal System of Jamaica
Last modified: 3rd Jul 2019