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Essay on the Positive Law and Economics

August 28th, 2015 Comments off

person writingThe term ‘positivism’ is used in the area to describe a range of universal specific methods that are exclusive to various disciplines. The so-called positivism in the segments of law and economics isn’t the same. What is more, its fundamental assumptions are completely different.  We make sure to use the words ‘positive’ and ‘positivism’ in order to discuss the nature … Read more

Essay on Legal Ramifications of Littering

August 14th, 2015 Comments off

people litteringBefore we proceed to the legal ramifications of littering, let us make it clear regarding what littering is. Litter is a sort of rubbish that has been improperly disposed, at wrong location and usually without any consent. In other words, littering is about throwing away various objects on to the ground instead of putting them into the recycling or garbage … Read more

Legalization of Same-Sex Marriages Essay

June 30th, 2015 Comments off

gay marriageWhile a lot of people nowadays tend to shout here and there about the importance of the same sex marriages legalization, it is highly important to stop for a moment and ask ourselves – should the same-sex couples be provided with an opportunity to get married?

There are two basic reasons why legal responsibilities, rights and benefits of a civil … Read more

Criminal Justice System Essay

November 7th, 2009 No comments

Over the last twenty years “we have had considerable impact on the advancement of victims’ rights, expansion of services for victims and upon government policy”. I agree with that statement.
Until about thirty years ago, the rights and interests of victims of crime were given little recognition. Since then, the change has been steady and significant.

The Parliament of South … Read more

Prostitution Legalization Essay

September 14th, 2009 No comments

Many people argue that selling their own bodies in terms of sex, or in other words prostitution or sex work, is considered immoral. They also say that practicing it can be very risky for the health of the prostitute. This is true, but only in the case when prostitution is illegal. Thus, prostitution is a very controversial issue, because some … Read more

Law and Religion Essay

September 9th, 2009 No comments

Religion and the intent if the framers, wow this debate has taken shape and has caused many hours of deliberation by Constitutional scholars over the years. I am no Constitutional scholar yet I feel that I have a fairly tight grasp on what they indeed hoped and prayed for while they were drafting the Constitution. Now if you paid close … Read more

Essay on Law Systems

September 1st, 2009 No comments

There are two main law systems in the world: Common Law System and Civil Law System. Common Law System is established and developed from England, and most of the British colonized countries, such as Australia, New Zealand and a majority of states in USA inherited it. Civil Law System, on the contrary, came from France and Dutch. The main difference … Read more

Law of E-Commerce Essay

August 25th, 2009 No comments

The intention of this essay is to examine the following statement: “The regulation of electronic commerce is not an issue for National or even European legislators. The issues are global and they must be regulated at that level. This can only be achieved by self regulation.”

In order to discuss the regulatory issues of e-commerce clearly, I would like to … Read more

Essay on Jim Crow Laws

August 20th, 2009 No comments

The year 1896 was the time that the Untied States of America came down as a whole. Many people were hurt and confused by the Jim Crow laws. These laws were established in order or keep the blacks and whites separated in public places. Jim Crow laws made a huge impact on society in the 1930’s.

On May 18, … Read more

Defamation Law Essay

August 17th, 2009 No comments

Defamation law is our legal system’s attempt to reconcile the mutually incompatible interests of freedom of speech and protection of reputation. In the modern” information age”, a third interest must also be recognised – that of the public receiving accurate information from the mass media. This seems like a relatively straightforward concept. In reality, the application and interaction of Australian … Read more