One of the insights of feminist theory of the last decade has been that women are “essentially connected”, not “essentially separate”, from the rest of human life. How has this insight been supported and what are the implications in law?

Question: One of the insights of feminist theory of the last decade has been that women are “essentially connected”, not “essentially separate”, from the rest of human life. How has this insight been supported and what are the implications in ...Read More

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Classical Theory and Law

Chapter 6- Classical Theory and Law Cotterrell If there was a new law that was fully ratified it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will reach the courts (issue with regard to it may never arise). Even if it does judges ...Read More

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Modern positivism: Kelsen’s Pure Theory of Law

Chapter 5 Modern positivism: Kelsen’s Pure Theory of Law Kelsen credited with drafting the Austrian Constitution after WW1 In the early positivist writings, of Bentham and Austin, the crucial ingredient of law is coercive and imperative. Ehrlich criticizes the idea ...Read More

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Jurisprudence- The Emergence of Legal Positivism.

Chapter 3 Jurisprudence- The Emergence of Legal Positivism. §         Legal positivism presented as if they are able to say what law is, however, NLT do this as well as considering the ethical element. §         P- its basic method is descriptive. ...Read More

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Bentham and Blackstones Jurisprudence

A. Blackstone: 1. Introduction: In the late eighteenth century English law was a combination of common law and statute law. The volume of law enacted by parliament was increasing rapidly, but the common law was still the predominant element, and ...Read More

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Company Law

Introduction: ‘while the company is a legal person it is not of course a natural one and therefore for a company to do or think anything a human being has to do it on its behalf’ -John Stuart Gatgat In fact ...Read More

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Human Rights-The Human Right Act 1998-ECHR-Question solve

The question deals with Human Rights issues, in all litigation, concerning convention rights, whether the parties are public or private. The Human Right Act 1998 creates new remedies against public bodies, which have breached Articles of the Convention without statutory excuse[1]. ...Read More

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English Legal System-Court Visit

Introduction: At the opening of the Royal Courts of Justice in 1882 the Lord Chancellor, Lord Selborne, called a meeting of the judges to discuss his address to Queen Victoria on their behalf. When he read the phrase 'Your Majesty's judges are ...Read More

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