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Papers On Law & Legal Systems
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Appropriate Jurisdiction
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This 16 page paper, based on UK law, considers how a court has the power to decline jurisdiction. The writers considers what these powers are and how they can be used and if the criteria for deciding jurisdiction is clear, or needs further detail and clarification. Numerous cases, including The Abidin Daver [1984], Spiliada Maritime Corporation v. Consulex Ltd [1987]and the recent Lubbe and Others v Cape Plc [2000] are all considered. Relevant legislation is also discussed. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Filename: TEjurisd.rtf

Are Critical Legal Studies Outdated?
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This 4 page paper examines the relevance of critical legal studies in today's world though the concepts of deconstruction and postmodernity. The paper is written with reference to English law. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
Filename: TEcritical.rtf

Are Human Rights Protected?
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This 10 page paper considers the existence and protection given to human rights through international conventions back up by legislation. Considering the position in the UK the paper discusses the existence of human rights protection, where there are abuses and who or what is to blame given the proliferation of international agreements. The bibliography cites 11 sources.
Filename: TEHRApro.rtf

Are Mandatory Sentences Justified in English Criminal Law
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This 8 page paper considers if there is any justification for mandatory sentencing in the English criminal law, the paper considers this from the perceptive of increased justice, increased efficiency and social interests. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: TEsentcg.rtf

Are Supreme Court Decisions Really "Landmarks ?"
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A 4 page discussion of Supreme Court rulings in which the writer argues that "landmark" precedents are not really as ground-breaking as they seem. The writer posits that most Supreme Court decisions have actually come from clear and concise points in the U.S. Constitution and are only reflections of changing social urges. As an example, Brown v. Board of Topeka is described as a case whose decision reflected the growing Civil Rights movement but whose "precedent" had actually been created long before in the 14th amendment. No Bibliography.
Filename: Courtsup.wps


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