Cultural Anthropology v Judicial Reasoning

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Cultural Anthropology
‘Trust’ by Rosei Marci

Written during my final year at university, this 12,000 word research project explores the potential for judicial bias when adjudicating fiduciary breaches across four countries including Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and the United States of America.

Having kept this frankly illuminating piece to myself for the last three years, I thought perhaps it was time to share it with those interested or curious enough to view it, while for the record I was delighted to receive a first-class grade for my earnest efforts.

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A Comparative Analysis of Secondary Nervous Shock within Tort law

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A Comparative Analysis of Secondary Nervous Shock within Tort law
Image: ‘Anxiety’ by Mary Woronov

Comparative Analysis of Secondary Nervous Shock within Tort Law

Freegan Theft Defence Analysis within English Criminal Law

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Freegan Theft Defence Analysis within English Criminal Law
Image: ‘Garbage Painting #26’ by Kellyanne Hanrahan

Freegan Theft Defence Analysis within English Criminal Law

Personal Injury Claims Processes and Part 36 offers within English Civil Procedure

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Personal Injury Claims Processes and Part 36 offers within English Civil Law
‘Injury Prone’ by Rick Berry

Personal Injury Claims Processes and Part 36 Offers within English Civil Litigation

 

An Overview of English Constitutional Law

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An Overview of English Constitutional Law
Image: ‘The Houses of Parliament from Millbank’ by David Roberts

An Overview of English Constitutional Law

Easements Across Seven Jurisdictions within Property Law

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Easements across seven jurisdictions within Property Law
‘Easement’ by Sandy Chism

Easements across seven jurisdictions within Property law

Artificial Insemination and Parental Responsibility within English Child Law

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Artificial Insemination and Parental Responsibility within English Child Law
Image:’Summer’s End’ by Marci Oleszkiewicz

Artificial Insemination and Parental Responsibility within English Child Law