Case law Essay Topics

Prove or conversely disprove the inverse square law

My aim of this experiment is to prove or conversely disprove the inverse square law, which simply states that the intensity of any point source, which spreads its influence equally in all directions without a limit to its range, will decrease in intensity inversely proportional to the square of the distance. Background information Research As… View Article

Gilead’s strict laws

In contrast, the presentation of Alison in The Miller’s Tale is of black humour, and an example of this is at the part near the end of the story where she humiliates Absolon, another interested suitor, in a very vulgar and insulting way. He tries to romantically pursue her but she is not very interested… View Article

The inverse square law

The inverse square law would mean that we should get a graph (predicted) as shown below. [Graph of y = 1/x2] What this means in scientific terms is that photons (‘small packets’ of light energy) usually hit a solar cell and sometimes dislodge electrons from the semiconductor, into motion inducing a small current. As the… View Article

Secular law

Incidents in which police officers shoot and kill citizens often provoke substantial controversy. And this is even more true where the shooting occurs as a consequence of a person’s own provocative behavior and in circumstances that be defined as amounting to a victim provoked shooting or a victim precipitated shooting. Where death occurs it may… View Article

Developement in Doctrine of Stare Decisis

INTRODUCTION: Stare decisis is a legal principle by which judges are obliged to respect the precedent established by prior decisions. The words originate from the phrasing of the principle in the Latin maxim Stare decisis et non quieta movere: “whatever has been decided must stand”. In a legal context, it means that courts should generally… View Article