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  • Essay On Diversity And Diversity

    The idea of having diversity in world-wide unique system has been controversial for decades. In England and Wales where ‘the white men’ stereotype was predominant from the beginning was highly debated; and not everyone agreed on changing this culture. Groups including disabled lawyers, BME- black minority, LGB – lesbian, gay, bisexual, women, persons with different religious views or persons from disadvantaged social backgrounds, with lower family income had always struggled to secure experience…

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  • Self And Self Reflection

    Self reflection is the mental process that acquires knowledge and understanding through thoughts and experience which helps encourage self awareness. This essay focuses on assessing my objectives and how I have developed my skills from the beginning of this semester until now. At the start of semester A, I wasn’t confident in preparing for the skills sessions and workshops. I wasn 't always able to find the correct answers to the workshop questions set which made it relatively difficult for me…

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  • Theresa V. Ilegligence Case

    This scenario involves two parties, David and Theresa, in which Theresa is a potential Defendant. She is to be advised regarding two legal issues: whether she has a potential criminal liability for blackmail by threatening David into giving her the money she believes she is owed, and whether Theresa has a potential criminal liability for theft by taking the letter from David’s home. With regards to the issue of potential criminal liability for blackmail by threatening David when demanding the…

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  • King V Burwell Case Analysis

    King v. Burwell, if you are not familiar with this Supreme court case you may be wondering “why is it even important?”. This case deals with state and federal powers given by three sections of the PPACA & one IRS clarification. This case is important for several reasons, The first is according to up to an estimated 8 million Americans using HealthCare.Gov could lose their subsidies. If this case was ruled in King's favor many speculate that it could have “destroyed Obama Care…

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  • Three Kinds Of Agency In The Case Of Watteau V Fenwick

    Agency can be defined as the “fiduciary relation which results from the manifestation of consent by one person to another that the other shall act on his behalf and subject to his control, and consent by the other so to act” (American Law Institute, 1958) Agency involves three parties, the Principal, the Agent and the Third party. The agent is the party that acts on and conducts transactions on behalf of the principal, commonly through a contractual relationship between the two. There exist…

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  • Residential Tenancies Case Study

    Q3 - Residential Tenancies Jeannette would be told that I am not a lawyer but the advice will be checked by a solicitor. As a paralegal I may be considered a paid worker delivering welfare services. Jeannette would be advised that if her lease is a fixed term agreement (FTA) that the landlord cannot evict her until the end of the lease (Residential Tenancies Act NSW (RTA) 2010 s86). However, Jeannette would need to determine if the agreement is fixed or periodic due to the discrepancies in the…

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  • The Importance Of Listening

    From time to time in our lives we have all been clients of one service or another. We might be clients of a solicitor, or of an insurance agent. We might be clients of an advice service, for example, because we are in debt or because of relationship difficulties. Most of us have had the experience of being clients of a doctor, although we are then called patients. A service user might feel shy, nervous, hurt, angry, worthless, or insulted. As a service user, we would like to have felt:…

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  • Social Crime Prevention Examples

    An example of situational crime prevention is a few years ago a department store in Coffs Harbour was a victim to numerous stealing’s of lip glosses by young girls. The lip glosses were in an area at the back of the store that was out of the way. The shop decided to put these lip glosses at the front of the shop next to the check outs where staff and other shoppers frequent. This crime prevention measure stopped the stealing of lip glosses. Other ways shops deal with crime prevention is by…

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  • Louth V Diprose Case Study

    Louth v Diprose (1992) 175 CLR 621 Instructions: You must write a case-note on one of the five following cases. Your case-note must conform to the structure set out in these instructions. The required structure is: (i) facts of the case (200 words); (ii) the court’s decision (200 words) and (iii) why this case is important (1400 words). The word counts in brackets are recommended word counts for each section. However, your discussion of why the case is important must be at least 1000 words.…

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  • Mcburney V Young Oral Argument Summary

    The oral arguments were presented to the United States of Supreme Court on February 20th of 2013 in the McBurney & Young Case. The Appellant’s attorney, Deepak Gupta, presented the case for the petitioner McBurney. The respondent’s attorney, Solicitor General of Virginia E. Duncan Getchell, Jr. presented the case for the State of Virginia. Having to read and write about the case prior to listening to the actual argument was a quite bewildering experience that is difficult to evaluate at first…

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