The role of the doctrine of state sovereignty in the development of international law. Illustrate your essay with specific examples.
This essay will look to critically evaluate the role of the doctrine of state sovereignty in the development of international law and as to what extent the doctrine of state sovereignty is crucial to the effective operation of international relations. The doctrine of state sovereignty concerns the political and legal idea that ultimate authority is […]
This essay will look to critically assess and discuss the view that, “The Race Relation Act (1976) broadened the scope of previous legislative enactments aimed at minimising the most overt manifestations of racial prejudice” and as to how far the Act has achieved one of its main aims of providing protection against discrimination to groups […]
The complexities and the confusing of determining a duty of care have too often been resolved in favour of the claimant
This essay will look to discuss whether the law has actually reached a position where the complexities and the confusing of determining a duty of care have too often been resolved in favour of the claimant. Categories of negligence are never closed so when considering whether a duty of care applies courts considers three criteria […]
Introduction Advancements in the ability to recognise risks to the earth’s environment and to appreciate its anthropogenic origins has engendered a concerted effort by governments and non-governmental organisations to ensure legal protection of the environment. The havoc that such activities wreak may often be irreversible and an acknowledgement of this reality helps to add momentum […]
1. Introduction Until 1803 the only law relating to abortion was the common law and under English common law, provided the abortion was carried out before the women could feel the baby move, it was considered morally and legally acceptable. Abortion however was made a crime in 1803 and since then the law has been […]