Examines some of the ethical arguments surrounding the use of military tribunals to prosecute terrorists.
This paper discusses reverse discrimination: Allan Bakke case of 1978, judicial policy making and affirmative action.
A focus on the California laws regarding wrongful death and in particular, death resulting from electrical accidents.
This paper argues against the policy of affirmative action which was designed to right discriminatory hiring in the past by using studies in Japan and U.S..
This paper examines the adequacy of the M’naghten Rule, the1843 legal determination of insanity: Tests, controversies and evaluation.
This paper presents pro and con views of allowing the insanity defense in the criminal justice system and concludes with the argument favoring the continued use of the insanity defense.
This paper discuss the famous school desegregation case of 1954U.S. Supreme Court’s opinion, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, especially its impact on public education and similar cases in other this areas.
This paper examines the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHA): Factual mandates, criticism and problems of funding, enforcement and employer implementation.
A debate on whether television format rights are copyrightable.
A discussion on the meaning of the term “measures equivalent to a quantitative restriction” for the purposes of Article 28 EC.