The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 law lays down the general duties and regulations for the management of health and safety of employers, workers, contractors, and other personnel present at the workplace.

The Property Law on Adverse Possession is a statutory law that governs the rights and conditions under which a person can claim the property right of land owned by another person. It also dictates the limitations imposed on the legal owner of the land.

Marijuana is the third biggest recreational drug used in the United States, after alcohol and tobacco. Many people believe it is unethical to smoke or possess the drug. This essay is a discussion about the different aspects surrounding legalising Marijuana.

Marijuana may provide alternative ways for pain management and treatment for victims of cancer. Legalizing the use of Marijuana as medicine must be considered.

The Security Industry Act (SIA) establishes provisions for regulating the private security industry and establishes standards and guidelines for protection operatives in the UK.

The Francovich Principle of the State liability under the European Law states that people can claim compensation if members of the EU law fail to fulfill their obligations

Arbitration practice and procedures are legal techniques to resolve disputes between two parties/arbitrators bound by an agreement without going to the court

This essay addresses the concerns of the two sisters regarding the transfer of trading contracts, the liabilities and benefits that might accrue from the target business.

The Equality Act 2010 in Britain protects people against unlawful discrimination and harassment based on the 9 protected characteristics mentioned in the law.

The author discusses the key elements that determine the validity and enforceability of a contract for business in the UK, with case examples to aid better understanding. Negligence of business and the consequent legalities is also dealt with in this essay.

This paper presents a detailed and critical analysis of the Hague-Visby Rules and a check if it balances the interest of the shipper and the carrier.

This essay considers how the Hohfeld’s right analysis has been applied in modern law of negligence and in the media law.

A contract is an agreement that binds two people and validates mutual obligations that are enforceable by law.

This essay enables a detailed explanation of English Law with emphasis on a legally binding contract, offer, and acceptance. Explanation about a breach of contract and the actions that an aggrieved party can perform is also discussed.

'Yemshaw vs. London Borough of Hounslow' was a case of domestic violence where the UK Supreme Court confirmed that the term 'violence' not only includes physical contact but for any other forms of abuse like emotional, mental, or financial.

Ukrainian Media Group vs Ukraine: The paper discusses a case lodged by the Ukrainian Media Group for violation of civic rights under Article 10 of the ECtHR in the District Court.

The paper discusses the Law of Defamation with regards to the right to freedom of expression in the court of justice.

This paper will focus on the nature of the employment relationship and employment contract. Through the use of legislation and court decisions, it shall assess the extent to which the contract of employment favors employers over employees.

The article explores the legislative laws regarding independent nurse prescribing in the UK and how instrumental they can be in regulating disease progression among patients.

The essay discusses the tort law of negligence due to injuries caused by defective products and essential factors required to make claims under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 (Part I).

The United Kingdom Employment law involves the legal relationship between workers, employers, and trade unions. This essay explains the application of employment law in two cases.

The paper discusses the significance and role of European Law in economic integration.

An accessory is any person who assists in the performance of a criminal activity. On the other hand, the principal is the person who actually committed the crime. This article helps distinguish the principal from an accessory.

The merits of appointing a sole arbitrator or a three-person tribunal depend on the nature and the fact of the dispute. Disputes that involve a small amount of claim are more likely to go for a sole arbitrator.

The paper discusses the UK Charity Law recognised under the Charities Act 2011.

The following is a case study that discusses the rights under Contract Law between Watchtower Ltd ("WL") and Classic Gifts Ltd ("CGL").

This paper is a discussion on the The CJEU case-law on horizontal direct effect of directives which is thought to lack consistency.

To illustrate the applicability of IPRs in the real environment, this paper reviews two main scenarios. The first scenario relates to the provision of advice to a music band, ‘YOU TUBERS’, the second scenario relates to the application of copyright in protecting musical work.

The paper is a case study that establishes the differences between legal and equitable law in relation to land law.

The analysis explores the various laws and legislations undertaken by the UK government for consumer protection and highlights the amendments taken for streamlining commercial advertisement for the tobacco industry.

The paper illustrates the applicability of Land Law and the fundamentals governing the purchase of land and the legal concepts governing the ownership of property.

The paper highlights gender discrimination and how the law has failed to protect women and girls from gender inequality.

The case study inspects the Tort of Negligence law with respect to the victim's psychiatric damage, Remoteness and Foreseeability, and other liabilities after the event.

A case study on a junior respondent speech for a Moot court.

A case study on direct and indirect effects of the European Union (EU) directives.

The paper entails different issues related to International Law and its varied sources.

A case study on the legal issues of Contract Law.

The Defamation Act 2013 aims to reform the law surrounding defamation.

The research paper argues that the "but for test" approach is useless and limited in concurrent causations.

The paper discusses the impact of the Legal Aid cut brought by the (LASPO) Act 2012.

The paper illustrates the various areas in Criminal Law that need reforms.

A case study and analysis of a scenario on property rights.

The paper analyses the legal status of laws applied to EU member states.

Case study on Tort Law to claim for battery.

Case study on Tort Law Moot argument.

Case studies on the court's reluctance to apply "good faith" provisions.

An argumentative study on whether a prison sentence can prevent offenders to commit crimes and reform them.

A case study on Individual risks facing legal proceedings in cases of applying force as self-defense against an assault that may cause death or injury to the assailant.

Case study on judicial review of the legality of decisions on Public Law that can grant a license.

Judicial review of Administrative Law.

The essay examines the role of legal professionals in the English legal system.

Case study on Article 34 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU).

The paper entails contract law and contractual terms.

The essay illustrates the sources and how International Environmental Law is enforced.

A case study on judicial review to assess the legality of actions and decisions made by persons in public authority.

The paper discusses on the legal aspects of police actions and confession admissibility.

The paper discusses how media can affect public perceptions of crime.

This essay explores contractual devices for Investor-State Contracts.

The essay entails the digitalization of the music industry including the legal problems encountered by the industry.

The paper discusses the factors and reasons behind voluntary false confessions.

The essay discusses that prison sentences are the best type of punishment for serious crimes, but not for petty crimes.

The essay examines the roles of the legal professions in the English legal system.

The paper analyses the statutory interpretations in court proceedings.

The paper analyses whether it is possible for courts to be both flexible and consistent.

A case study on challenging the decision made by the Local Authorities.

The essay entails the laws of adoption of a child and parental rights.

The essay entails the possible causes of gender inequality in the UK.

A judicial review case study on challenging the decision made by the East Tyneside Council in relation to the (fictional) Great British Seaside Act.

The paper entails a case study of a case law on trusts and gifts.

The essay is a case study that entails the factors and strategies for juror selection.

The essay discusses litigation consulting, which involves the use of a forensic psychologist in choosing a jury to help gain a competitive advantage over the opponent.

The paper argues in favor of and against the relevance and impact of Non-Audit Services (NAS) on the stability of the market.

The paper explores the role of legislation in the existence of racial equality or inequality.

The paper explores the scope of actual occupation of property related to the purchase of land as stipulated by the LRA 2002.

The paper discusses the legal contracts an event manager should consider while planning a contract.