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- Word count: 2929
- Submitted: 01/05/2019
An independent judiciary is regarded as if it were the font of justice, the rule of law and individual rights Such worship of judicial independence is not sustainable While there is no doubt that a measure of judicial independence is a good thing, such independence must be kept in balance with judicial accountability. F. Cross Thoughts on Goldilocks and Judicial Independence (2003) 64 Ohio State Law Journal 195. Critically discuss this statement.
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- Submitted: 27/04/2018
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- Submitted: 16/08/2017
To what extent is the principle of good faith in contract law a basis for convergence between English law and other jurisdictions?
- Word count: 2482
- Submitted: 07/04/2017
The need for reform of the old common law on shameless indecency became increasingly urgent in the 1980s and 1990s.
- Word count: 2225
- Submitted: 17/03/2017
Law of Contract Example considering invitation to treat, offer and acceptance, intoxication of alcohol and revocation of an online purchase.
- Word count: 1935
- Submitted: 27/12/2016
In the case ofButler Machine Tool Co Ltd v Ex-Cell-O Corp (England) Ltd 1 WLR 401 (CA), Lord Denning advocatedan alternativeapproach to the traditional mirror-image rule forcontract formation.Discuss whether you consider the courts should adopt the traditional approach or that of Lord Denning when deciding whether a contract has been formed.
- Word count: 2578
- Submitted: 21/10/2016