Law

Queen's University Belfast
Law
Thomas Stewart

Cause Related Marketing (CRM) is an advertising strategy employed by corporations that usually involves the branding of a particular charity or cause being used on that corporation’s product, to advertise to the consumer that their purchase of...

Australian National University
Law
Melany Toombs

The intersection of architecture and legal spaces is frequently omitted from historical narratives. This essay argues that the Moorish architecture of the Al-Andalus region in Spain not only reflects but actively enacts the establishment of a new...

Carleton University
Law
Madeline Tater

Canada is one of the few countries that accept refugee claimants seeking asylum on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. Sexual persecution is pervasive in many countries and is the root cause forcing LGBT persons to flee and seek...

University of Edinburgh
Law
Shannon Russell

The paper is a desk-based study, analysing how it came to be that individuals were held as slaves in Scotland in the Eighteenth Century. It considers specifically how slaves lacked any legal status yet their presence in Scotland was widely...

University of Edinburgh
Law
Shannon Russell

The paper is a desk-based study that considered whether extreme pornography (focusing on violent pornography) should be criminalised and if so, what a criminal law framework might look like. In considering these two matters, the paper refers...

Trinity College, University of Dublin
Law
Br_nach Rafferty

This paper analyses the extent to which the doctrine of vicarious liability can be said to uphold the principle of personal responsibility in tort law, offering a breakdown as to what is meant by personal responsibility, and the extent to which...

Brown University
Law
Deborah Pomeranz

Critical legal theory, one of the most influential areas in contemporary legal studies, argues that international law was created as and continues to be a colonialist tool. However, international law is often brought in to arbitrate disputes...

Trinity College, University of Dublin
Law
Rachel O'Byrne

The duty of confidentiality that a doctor possesses towards their patients is a longstanding principle of the therapeutic relationship. Whereas in theory, it is crucial to the effective functioning of the doctor-patient relationship, this essay...

The University of Adelaide
Law
Lauren McLeod

The Australian tort of defamation has traditionally been reserved for dealing with the communication of reputationally damaging false statements through verbal, print and television platforms. Due to the revolutionary emergence of the social...

Australian National University
Law
Daniel McKay

For almost two thousand years the Temple of Baal Shamin stood in the Roman-era city of Palmyra. First, as a thriving centre of the cult of the Canaanite deity Baal Shamin, later as a Christian church and more recently as a ruin and site of...