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Law Review: Last Minute Revision Snacks

As we enter the home run – or final gauntlet – of the exam season, Transparency’s food correspondent Wayne Carr reviews five of the most popular exam revision snacks in the first installment of… 1,761 more words

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Why You Need to Lodge a Caveat on Your Land

Margaret Mitchell, an American novelist, once said that, “The land is the only thing in the world worth working for, worth fighting for, worth dying for, because it’s the only thing that lasts”. 674 more words

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Right to Privacy is Fundamental

The right to privacy, I believe, protects the dignity of a person.

“the right of people to make personal decisions regarding intimate matters; under the Common Law, the right of people to lead their lives in a manner that is reasonably secluded from public scrutiny, whether such scrutiny comes from a neighbour’s prying eyes, an investigator’s eavesdropping ears, or a news photographer’s intrusive camera; and in statutory law, the right of people to be free from unwarranted drug testing and Electronic Surveillance” 960 more words

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The Aboneka Case: Between the Church and the State, who is the Godfather?

The family is the basic unit of the state. As such, it is often that we see the hand of the state in families right from formation to dissolution. 925 more words

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(2014) Legal Review - Israeli Aggression against the Gaza Strip in the Perspective of International Humanitarian Law

Israeli Aggression against the Gaza Strip in the Perspective of International Humanitarian Law

By Annisa Faradiba, Staff of Legal Research and Development
Published in Asian Law Students’ Association (ALSA) Local Chapter Universitas Indonesia Magazine, August Edition, 2014… 1,823 more words
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How to Incorporate Your Company Abroad

One of the most importance decisions a company can make is selecting how to organize its business. Incorporating is perhaps the best way to go, but for some companies, it can be an unnecessary option. 1,510 more words

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11 Ways to Protect Your Intellectual Property

Intellectual property can be categorized into four groups: copyrights (authorship for original works like music, books, software etc.), patents (for new discovery or invention in any science or other fields), trademarks (design or symbol) and trade secrets (formula, algorithms, device or any type of unique process). 1,529 more words

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