Informal case research

Law 1053 Human Rights Study Log


This is an ongoing informal project for my human rights module, it will be accompanied by a short essay for the purposes of coursework submission. The first part will be completed in the first term and in the second term this log will be continued but in a more formal style. Its purpose is to encourage legal research and autonomous study. The aim is to find relevant reading for human rights current topics, using a variety of sources. It can have a global perspective, but must be based on UK human rights law. It is also an opportunity for self-reflection and analysis on academic personal development, so I can improve upon areas that I realise need this.

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