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Climate Change, Police Powers and Protesters

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  • 06 February 2020
The International Context Climate change concerns have existed for decades. In 1997 the world witnessed the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol, which currently has 191 sovereign states as signatori

The dying presumption of innocence

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  • 31 January 2020
You have been found guilty (on facebook). Wanting justice for victims is understandable. But it seems we live in an age where we almost immediately believe anyone who claims to be a victim. Rep
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Climate Change, Environmental Pollution and International Criminal Law

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  • 28 January 2020
The long-term worldwide abuse of the environment is predicted to have significant consequences.   Climate change is a heated topic in the world today. Peaceful and violent protests are o
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Boxing, Assault and the Law

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  • 20 January 2020
A test of skill and might, yet why is this harm alright? Despite being a sport loved by many, including our own principal solicitor, the physical dangers of a contact sport such as boxing are u
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Potential consequences of breaching court orders

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  • 06 January 2020
There are a variety of possibilities and punishments that are available in the event a person breaches court orders. In this article we will look at what can happen if a person breaches: ba
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