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January, 2016

US Law Enforcement

Briefly discuss the meaning of the so-called social contract. In doing so, speak about political philosophers such as John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Also, speak to federalism and the three levels of policing in the United States. Briefly provide an overview of Sir Robert Peel’s contributions to policing. Discuss how does the Bureaucratic Model applies when comparing and contrasting the training method ideologies associated with how the Federal Bureau of Investigations trains agents versus the quasi-militarism (also called para-militarism) characteristic methodology typically used in the typical police academy. Discuss McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y; Maslow’s Hierarchy of... […]


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December, 2015

10 pages. The Judiciary Law- Understanding Judges

Select a case which has gone all the way to a final court of appeal and provide a critical analysis of how it has developed from first instance through to the final decision. Your chosen case must be one of the eight identified at the start of the module. My chosen case is: Right to life New Zealand INC v Abortion Supervisory Committee (2012). Explain how the case changed and developed, both in terms of how facts were presented, and in terms of what the different levels of judges said about this case. Why did they decide the way they... […]


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December, 2015

2,000 words. Campbell v MGN – response triggered by HRA 1998 to lacuna in law of confidence

Propose, justify and defend one reform to the law pertaining either to the protection of privacy or reputation in England. Propose: You are asked to propose a reform. Be clear about what this is. This could be your own original idea or based upon (but not simply copying) reforms suggested by others or used elsewhere (ie in other jurisdictions). May focus on either privacy or defamation. You may propose statutory reform or development of the common law in a particular direction. Your proposal: Maybe for a major reform (e.g. recognise a novel “intrusion” tort) or something far more modest (e.g.... […]


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December, 2015

8 pages. Land Law

(Note: Please use Oscolar style reference.footnote is not including in words count) Question: Critically access the enforcement rules applying to registered titles Essential sources: Land Law Text, Cases, and Materials Barbara Bogusz & Roger Sexton (Fourth Edition) […]


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December, 2015

4 pages. The British context the absence of a written document delineating and allocating powers

Discuss the extent to which in the British context the absence of a written document delineating and allocating powers raises questions as to whether the principle of separation of powers can be said to apply in a meaningful way. This essay must be an outline essay with an annotated bibliography use UK cases when needed as evidence only use academic sources Oscola referencing style […]


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December, 2015

22550 words. Regulatory Frameworks in Wine Law

This is a PhD Thesis, and requires careful and intricate discussion/analysis. I require assistance writing Chapters 4 & 5. Instructions have been uploaded in the document file "Wine Law Chapters 4 & 5". I have included Chapters 1, 2 & 3 already written in a separate document "Regulatory Frameworks in Wine Law_Dec 2015" for your reference. Footnote citations must accord to U.S. Law BlueBook. […]


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December, 2015

EU LAW

pages are up to your discretion however maximum pages are 9 i need a minimum of a 2:1 as its 25 percent of my module need lots of cases to support arguments also statutes must be emphasized with statutes from the statute book cases no footnotes or nd notes you can pick any question you want depending on what you find The maximum length is 9 pages, in 10 point type, Verdana font, double spaced with 2.5cm margins on each side of the page, and no footnotes (see below under referencing). Your essay must be word-processed. The pages must be... […]


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December, 2015

8 pages. Banking law

‘This new law [PSD2], proposed by the European Commission in July 2013, enhances consumer protection, promotes innovation and improves the security of payment services. PSD2 is the latest in a series of laws recently adopted by the EU in order to provide for modern, efficient and cheap payment services and to enhance protection for European consumers and businesses.’ [European Commission - Press release European Parliament adopts European Commission proposal to create safer and more innovative European payments Brussels, 8 October 2015] With reference to the above statement, critically evaluate how far PSD2 ‘enhances consumer protection, promotes innovation and improves the... […]


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December, 2015

68 pages. Intellectual Property Law in Thailand

Rewriting the sentence. Paraphrasing the sentence - active & passive. Highlighting/pinpointing where there should be a footnote or reference. […]


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December, 2015

1100 words. Critical review of P. Weil, ‘Towards Relative Normativity in International Law’

do a critical review of Journal Article "P. Weil, ‘Towards Relative Normativity in International Law’, 77 Am. J. Int'l L. (1983) 413". I would upload this article under title of "Main article to review". There is another article I would upload written by John Tasioulas which is a critical work of the main article, i hope it will help you to find the critical aspects of the main article. You can use Tasioulas's article as a source. You can find more resources at https://www.peacepalacelibrary.nl/. Please use at least 3/4 journal articles and books as a reference. The conclusion needs to... […]


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