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05 Janv. 2010

Migration Law - A Human Right to Migration in International Law and European Community Law

Dissertation de 11 pages - Libertés publiques

To answer the question of the existence of the human right to migrate, the notion of migration and human right themselves must first be studied. Migration can be defined as a movement of persons from one country or locality to another one. Only international...

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10 juil. 2009

The relationship between investment law and the human right: present provisions and proposals for the future

Dissertation de 9 pages - Droit international

Since 1945, the investment law became more and more important with the development of the transnational corporations and the direct investments abroad within the framework of the globalization of flows of capital. The relationship with the countries of the South sets a major problem in this...

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25 Mars 2009

Has the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in Saadi v UK struck the right balance between the protection of human rights and the control of irregular migration?

Dissertation de 4 pages - Droit européen

The objective of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) may be defined to ensure the rights and fundamental liberties of any individual who enters the European territory and give remedies against unlawful actions by the States. However, it has in some cases had...

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28 avril 2008

Human Rights Law: Essay on the Human Rights Act

Dissertation de 4 pages - Droit autres branches

The State's "margin of appreciation" doctrine is a fundamental component of the European Convention system of Protection of Human Rights. While human rights are not a state's private area of jurisdiction, the idea of the European Convention on Human...

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16 Janv. 2008

Ghaidan v Godin-Mendoza case analysis

Commentaire d'arrêt de 4 pages - Droit autres branches

In the United Kingdom, where there is no written Constitution, the section 3 of the Human Rights Act 1998 has given the courts the prerogative to read and give effect to statutes “in a way which is compatible with the Convention rights ”. If it cannot be done...

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01 Nov. 2005

La vie privée en droit anglais et sa protection

Dissertation de 4 pages - Droit autres branches

Le droit anglais ne dispose pas à l'origine de dispositions permettant une protection efficace de la vie privée. La notion même de vie privée est indéfinie légalement malgré de nombreuses tentatives depuis le début du siècle. Sous l'influence de rapports de différents comités et des juges, le...

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10 mai 2010

Constitutional law applicable in the Anglo-Saxon - parliamentary sovereignty

Dissertation de 4 pages - Droit constitutionnel

One of the key characteristics of British Constitution is the dominance of the Parliament. The Parliament is the main legislative body in British Constitution. It is bicameral; and is composed of two chambers, the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The main functions of the Parliament are...

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17 juin 2014

Essay: Poverty and Global Justice

Dissertation de 17 pages - Droit international

Pregs Govender is a deputy from the South African Human Rights Commission deeply implicated in Human Rights issues in South Africa. She strongly highlighted the urgency of the situation in South Africa concerning poverty by affirming that « Sixteen million people,...

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17 Janv. 2010

English legal system: the Sources of English Law

Cours de 87 pages - Droit constitutionnel

The judicial decisions are the first to be found to develop a system. Today, they are still influencing the system as a whole. Judicial decisions have a weight that their continental counter part does not have. In England, under certain requirements, decisions are biding the judge with the...

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25 avril 2014

Le régime parlementaire britannique, une séparation souple des pouvoirs ?

Dissertation de 4 pages - Droit constitutionnel

Le système politique britannique trouve ses origines parmi la Grande Charte de 1215, le Human Rights Act de 1998 et le Constitutional Reform Act de 2005. Le système britannique présente pour le droit constitutionnel beaucoup d’intérêts. Tout d’abord,...

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11 Janv. 2010

Right to life

Cours de 3 pages - Libertés publiques

Over the centuries, the religions and philosophies of the whole world firmly followed the act of taking away human life. The international law of Human Rights tried in its turn to change this perspective with a number of treaties to protect human life against...

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14 avril 2010

The Implementation of the Third Pillar of the European Union in Hungary

Dissertation de 13 pages - Droit européen

Hungary acceded to the European Union on the 1st May 2004, thus it is one of the newer member states of the organization. In this paper we are going to introduce the Hungarian implementation of five (former) third pillar issues. We will examine the legal background of these areas of justice-and...

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30 Janv. 2008

Parenthood in French law and filiation

Dissertation de 9 pages - Droit de la famille

The purpose of this paper is first to understand French parenthood, namely the way to be the legal father or mother of a child. Investigating further, we will see whether the current legislation is modern enough or not, which will be our main question. Indeed, some scholars and politicians think...

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08 août 2005

The role (present and future) of the European Court of Justice in the protection of asylum-seekers in the European Union

Dissertation de 13 pages - Droit international

The European Court of Justice has laid down a legal Act pertaining to the judicial protection towards asylum seekers. However, this act is not completely flawless. Even if all the Member States ratify the new constitution and it be made effective thereafter, the future of the asylum...

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17 juil. 2008

Cours complet d'introduction au droit anglais

Cours de 87 pages - Histoire du droit

Egalement, il s'agit d'une méthodologie différente et une logique différente. La logique juridique est distincte du système français. Du point de vue extérieur, le droit français est divisé en deux parties : droit public et droit privé, droit commun et droit d'exception, droit général et droit...

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27 Oct. 2009

A and Others v Secretary of State for the Home Department

Commentaire d'arrêt de 2 pages - Libertés publiques

This document concerns the detention of suspected terrorist suspects who are non-British nationals. In the context of a world which is more alert to security in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the Government reacted with new laws. However, these laws need to be tempered with age old principles of...

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24 Sept. 2008

Human rights - Beyond the universalistic / relativistic paradigm: how to promote a common and cultural-sensitive approach ofmoral principles

Dissertation de 14 pages - Libertés publiques

This article underlines the limitations of the relativistic/universalistic paradigm in regard to the human rights qualification. It defends a third path which consists in a genuine intercultural dialogue, taking into account local specificities in order to promote common moral...

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02 févr. 2003

The United States and the International Criminal Court: How valid are the US arguments for not joining the International Court ?

Dissertation de 11 pages - Droit international

A new jurisdiction in the history of international accountability of human rights is being set up, but with a limited action which makes it different than a world court. In this document we will analyze the justifications for the lack of commitment by the United States of America...

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24 Mars 2010

Human Rights of the Dead : Posthumous interests

Dissertation de 5 pages - Droit civil

The question of death and the deceased is at the core of the definition of human rights. Dead persons do not perceive harm: they are not in contact with the world and are unaware of reality considering they do not exist. They cannot claim their rights neither can they file a...

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24 mai 2008

A critical analysis of the provisions made in family law for homosexual couples in Scotland and France with particular reference to adult relationships

Dissertation de 7 pages - Droit pénal

The Homosexuality is not anymore a painful problem and in our days people speak easily about their homosexuality. The Homosexuality is severely condemned in sacred texts that approach questions link to procreation, the family model, filiations and for which, homosexuality is against nature. For...

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06 févr. 2011

European Labour law: Compare and contrast the role and concerns of International Law with those of European Law in the field of Employment

Thèse de 7 pages - Droit européen

Employment law is a contract between an employer and an employee; it is issues regarding employment, workplace discrimination and other private law issues. With the evolution of the International and the European law, Employment law has evolved in parallel and must deal with new concerns. In...

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08 déc. 2009

The jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court

Dissertation de 4 pages - Droit international

The Preamble of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) first recognizes serious crimes committed in the 20th Centur. It refers directly to genocides and crimes against humanity committed all around the world in the past century. As recent examples of those terrible tragedies,...

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31 Mars 2006

?The European Union Court of Justice is more relevant for the advance of the EU political unity than the Commission and the Parliament' - Discuss

Dissertation de 4 pages - Droit européen

The European Union's political role has been a big issue among the main theoriticians of the European Union. The place of the European Parliament and the Commission in the process toward political unity is obvious. The Commission, as the institution which has the power for an initiative, can play...

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02 févr. 2010

Rwanda towards the abolition of capital punishment

Étude de cas de 4 pages - Droit international

Louise Harbor, the United Nations' Secretary of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, expressed full satisfaction with the initiative of the Rwandan government to abolish their national law with regard to death penalty. According to the UN, the attempt is even more important at...

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20 avril 2008

L'indépendance du Kosovo

Dissertation de 6 pages - Droit européen

Le Kosovo a unilatéralement déclaré son indépendance de la Serbie, le 17 février 2008, mais pour bien comprendre, pourquoi et dans quelles conditions ceci est arrivé, il faut remonter à la fin des années 1990. S’il existait, quasiment depuis toujours, un conflit entre les deux principales...

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03 févr. 2011

CAVEJ L1 Anglais juridique

Cours de 222 pages - Droit autres branches

Wales remained a separate entity from England until the 16th century. Wales is composed of a number of principalities (principautés) with distinct characteristics. Those differences resulted in various conflicts until the middle Ages. Fortunately, in 1536, the Act of Union integrated...

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17 juin 2014

Introduction to the Challenges of European and French Law in Legal Informatics

Dissertation de 15 pages - Droit européen

The " new technologies " which appeared thirty years ago and are characterized by a considerable development are subject to fundamental legal questions. The definition of new technologies remains vague and includes the information and communication technologies. The information and...

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24 Sept. 2009

Death with dignity: press kit

Commentaire de texte de 12 pages - Droit autres branches

The term euthanasia is derived from the Greek words eu, meaning 'good' and thanatos, meaning 'death'. However, the issue of assisted suicide is far from being pleasant. The expression "assisted suicide" refers to the deliberate speeding up of the death process of a terminally ill patient with the...

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01 Mars 2005

Women's difference in Law : essay on gender discrimination and Legal Equality

Dissertation de 5 pages - Droit autres branches

In this document I will try to define the so-called differences between men and women, and see how they have been used to justify the discrimination against women. Secondly, I will analyze cases where gender differences are denied or not considered as strong enough to legitimate discrimination...

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04 juin 2008

The ninth amendment: origins and controversy

Dissertation de 9 pages - Droit constitutionnel

Select one amendment from the Bill of Rights and research why the Founding Fathers found it necessary to state it, and explain what had happened in England or Europe that brought about that amendment? Remember that we were a colony of England's for over one hundred years before the...