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University Degree: Family Law
60 University Degree Family Law essays
- Marked by Teachers essays 1
The distinctions between void and voidable marriages serve no purpose in modern family law and should be abolished.4 star(s)
A good essay which sets out the basics very well, and examines closely the lack of clarity in the law.
To achieve higher marks, the student should have adopted…
- Essay length: 2369 words
- Submitted: 19/06/2006
- Marked by teacher: Edward Smith 07/08/2013
Birth control has become a booming topic of debate in the United States due to the decreasing age at which children are having sex for the first time and how schools are choosing to deal with it, the added pressure that is being placed on young children
- Essay length: 1479 words
- Submitted: 28/03/2012
- Essay length: 1732 words
- Submitted: 04/12/2011
This essay will firstly address the similarities and differences between marriage and civil partnerships. It will then address the various commentators, who have argued for the legitimacy and fairness of the distinction and then highlight invaluable oppos
- Essay length: 2140 words
- Submitted: 13/06/2011
- Essay length: 2143 words
- Submitted: 30/03/2011
- Essay length: 4071 words
- Submitted: 27/03/2011
Discuss, with reference to statutory provision and relevant case law, the extent to which, if at all, the courts achieve an effective balance between the right of the child to enjoy contact and the concerns (legitimate or otherwise) of the carer parent.
- Essay length: 4169 words
- Submitted: 03/12/2010
- Essay length: 1616 words
- Submitted: 22/08/2010
Discuss and explain: a) How same-sex relationships have come to be increasingly recognised under English law; and b) Whether, in your view, the position is now satisfactory.
- Essay length: 1707 words
- Submitted: 04/05/2010
The present law governing cohabiting couples has been widely criticized; so much so that the Law Commission has characterised the existing rules as arbitrary, uncertain and unfair. There have been many attempts and various consultations to change and r
- Essay length: 3071 words
- Submitted: 02/05/2010
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