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Law & Legal Systems Term Papers

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Juveniles & Trial by Jury

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A 4 page research paper that discusses whether or not juvenile defendants should have the right to trial by jury. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Sentencing/Juvenile Justice System

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A 6 page research paper that presents a scenario involving a 12-year-old offender and then presents possible sentencing options. The writer argues in favor of keeping the boy in the juvenile justice system, rather than trying him as an adult. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Spelunkean Explorer Case Analysis

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This 4 page paper examines a case submitted by a student. Should a group of cave explorers be charged with murder because they ate one of their companions, even if they thought that they were saving their own lives? The case is discussed from a legal point of view. No bibliography.


THE LEGAL BACKGROUND FOR ATLANTIC OCEAN UNIVERSITY

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This 12-page paper provides an overview about some legal situations faced by fictitious Atlantic Ocean University, a private college based in Maine. Topics discussed from a legal standpoint include unionization and union negotiation, gender discrimination in hiring, and non-compete clauses. Bibliography lists 6 sources.


Minorities in the Legal Profession

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This 4 page paper evaluates why there are few minorities represented in the legal profession. Some statistics are provided. The peremptory challenge as a way to promote white juries is also discussed. Bibliography lists 2 sources.


The Arbitrary Nature of the Death Penalty

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This 3 page paper examines capital punishment. Black's Law Dictionary is used to define the term arbitrary and the discussion on the arbitrary nature of the death penalty begins. Several examples are provided. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Judging Judicial Misconduct

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A 10 page paper which examines the alarming precedent of cases involving judges and judicial misconduct, considering two recent cases involving such state judges as Maria I. Lopez in Massachusetts and D. Ronald Hyde of California. Bibliography lists 5 sources.


Applying Contract Law

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This 18 page paper applies English law to two case studies concerning contract law. The first looks at a situation where goods are shipped and arrive in poor condition, with a potential breach of contract with the date of shipping and the method of shipping. The paper considers aspects of contract law including they type of contract; CIF, and obligations under contract including express and implied terms and the relevance of the Sale of Goods Act. The second case concerns a contract made in advance to buy olives where flooding diminishing the supply and the sellers claim they cannot sell the goods for the agreed price and may try to claim frustration. The paper make extensive references to case law. The bibliography cites 20 sources.


Can a Contractor Escape Liability?

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This 4 page paper considers a case supplied by the student. A contractor has undertaken work installing lighting negligently and using faulty fuses. The result is damage to property and injury to people. The contractor is trying to avoid liability with exclusion clauses in the contract. The paper considers the situation with reference to the Sale of Goods Act, Sale of Goods and Services Act, the Unfair Contracts Act, the Consumer Protection Act 1987 as well as the use of case law and a consideration of liability under tort. The paper is written with reference to English law. The bibliography cites 4 sources.


The Doctrine of Binding Precedent and the Concept of Common Law In English Law

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This 7 page paper is written in two parts. The first explains the doctrine of binding precedent, also known as stare decisis. The second part of the paper looks at the strengths and weakness of common law as seen in English law. The bibliography cites 10 sources.


Schmidt v Rosewood Trust Ltd [2003]

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This 9 page paper examines the case of Schmidt v Rosewood Trust [2003] 2 WLR 1442 (also cited as Schmidt v Rosewood Trust Ltd [2003] UKPC 26). The paper examines six elements; the facts, the law, the decision, fairness, consistency and problems in the future. The bibliography cites 8 sources.


Is The Imposition Of Strict Liability Ever Justifiable In Criminal Law?

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This 9 page paper consider if there is ever a justification to impose strict liability under criminal law. The paper looks at the concepts and application of actus reus and mens rea and how strict liability fits in with these concepts and argues that the idea of strict liability may be in the public interest as well as have a basis in the foundations of criminal law. The bibliography cites 7 sources.


Boy Scouts v. The Government/ACLU, etc.

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A 17 page research paper that examines the litigation that is ongoing between the ACLU and the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The ACLU is continuously suing the BSA due to the fact that its policies discriminate against atheists and homosexuals. The writer offers a synopsis of relevant case law, discusses the parameters of current litigation and offers suppositions as to possible outcomes based on case law and application of the Lemon Test for compliance with the Establishment Clause of the Constitution. Bibliography lists 13 sources.


Law of Evidence

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This 10 page paper looks at evidence and the burden of proof under English law. The first part pf the paper looms at where the burden of proof lies, and how this would need to take place along with potential defences, such as provocation, loss of control and insanity. The second part of the paper briefly considers the requirements under article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights. The third part of the paper then considers the use of opinion in criminal proceedings, looking at expert and non expert witnesses, what they can and cannot say and when evidence, created by the defence, such as a professional report, can be suppressed by the defendant. The bibliography cites 8 sources.


Moral Right Theory

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This 5 page paper examines moral right theory, its history and its importance to society. Examples are provided. Bibliography lists 5 sources.


Enforcing Covenants

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This 4 page paper considers when covenant may be enforceable by looking at two situations where convents have been made and the original purchaser has sold the land to another purchaser. The bibliography cites 5 sources.


Criminal Law; Deception

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This 4 page paper considers deception under English criminal law and considers the application of law to three examples; the false claim of credentials for employment, writing a cheque that is not honoured and obtaining services by deception. The bibliography cites 5 sources.


Roe v. Wade and the Function of Law

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This 4 page paper examines the historic case and looks at it in light of Weber's ideas about the function of law. The case is described as is Weber's theory. Bibliography lists 4 sources.


Obligations in English Law

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This 7 page paper looks at three questions The first considers obligations under a contract and the contract may be ended by frustration. The second looks at obligations under a contract of service and if exclusion clauses can be used to reduce statutory liability. The third paper of the paper looks at tort and duty of care, first with a child wandering off in a building, secondly with duty of care to those working on a building and thirdly the tort of libel when a story is misrepresented resulting in an individual being suspected from their job. The bibliography cites 8 sources.


Obligations in English Law

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This 5 page paper looks at two questions posed by the student, The first is a contract where circumstances make it difficult for a contract to be honoured. The paper looks at if and when frustration may be invoked. The second part o the paper considers a garage owner that wants to avoid liability by outing a clause in the contract to expect him from any liability. This is considered with reference to the Sale of Goods Act 1979 and the Sale of Goods and Services Act 1982. The bibliography cites 6 sources.


INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE SYSTEM?

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This 4-page paper examines the concept of an international justice system, if it would work, how it would operate, and how it would recruit. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


THE DUAL COURT SYSTEM

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This 3-page paper discusses the dual court system in the U.S., its purpose and whether a single-court system would be more efficient. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


A Case of Loss

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This 14 page paper looks at a case study supplied by the student and gives advise to a client; Tony, according to English law. Tony has been very unlucky. Firstly he is pursued to allow his flat to be used as security for his employers business loan. He believes this to be for a period of six months only, but received papers form the bank seeking to realise their security after the six month period. Tony also showed his plans for a property development to his boss, who offered to help. The plans are based on an expected inheritance form his step father who he has been supporting financially. Tony finds out he has not been left the property and that his employer has stolen his plans. Looking at both statute law and case law Tony is advised regarding any potential claims he may have. The bibliography cites 10 sources.


Knowledge and Knowing Receipt

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This 14 page paper looks at what constitutes knowledge and what is knowing receipt discussing what it is, when a liability is incurred by the trustee or individual with a fiduciary duty and to a third party or recipient, including personal liability and the duty of preservation. Cases cited include, but are not limited to The Baden Case [1992], Agip (Africa) Ltd v Jackson [1992] and BCCI v Akindele [2001]. The bibliography cites 8 sources.







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