Category Archives: Private Law

Brexit , England And The Scottish Parliament 


  Brexit , England And The Scottish Parliament   A parliamentary vote is needed as Brexit will lead to UK citizens losing their rights under EU law. Article 50 bill cleared by Parliament as government wins final two Lords votes … Continue reading

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Cosby trial: Jury tells judge they can’t come to a consensus in sexual assault case


Cosby trial: Jury tells judge they can’t come to a consensus in sexual assault case William Henry Cosby Jr. (born July 12, 1937) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, musician, and author. His start in stand-up comedy began at the … Continue reading

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VL Will Be Interviewing Former CA Supreme Court Judge Salcido This Month


  VL Will Be Interviewing Former CA Supreme Court Judge Salcido This Month One over-the-top example of the judge’s “humor” occurred when she gleefully told a defendant that if he violated his probation, “you will definitely be screwed, and we … Continue reading

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Social Services | The Worst Organisation Created By Man-Kind!


Social Services | The Worst Organisation Created By Man-Kind! Collective intelligence – Wikipedia There are number of social workers in the profession are declining. With vacancies unable to be fil… Source: The Irish Association of Social Workers: Tackling the Declining … Continue reading

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Voting Benefits Whom? #Election2017


Voting Benefits Whom? #Election2017   What are the advantages or benefits of voting? Why should a candidate vote?   Promoted by Hargreaves Lansdown Shreyas Kothapalli Jun 25, 2014 Sourced from: quora.com   Voting is a Trasnfer of Power from People to … Continue reading

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Cultural Competence


Cultural Competence This refers to the ability of an individual or an organisation to acquire sufficient knowledge of the culture of diverse groups to increase tolerance, understanding and acceptance and to reduce stereotypes, misunderstandings. Concepts and prejudice (Pope-Davis et al., 2003). … Continue reading

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Judicature Acts: United Kingdom


  Judicature Acts: United Kingdom There are many procedures by which citizens can challenge the legality of decisions made by public bodies. #law Source: LAW REFORM IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. The Judicature Acts are a series of Acts … Continue reading

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You have a LEGAL Right to use any or all evidence used in “Family Law” Proceedings


  You have a LEGAL Right to use any or all evidence used in “Family Law” Proceedings You have a LEGAL Right to use any or all evidence used  the purposes of making a complaint against a professional in your … Continue reading

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#Brexit UK: European Convention on Human Rights


#Brexit UK: European Convention on Human Rights Referendum Is a general vote by the electorate on a single political question that has been referred to them for a direct decision. synonyms: popular vote, vote, public vote,plebiscite, ballot, pol… “Not all nation … Continue reading

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Defining And Protecting Social Work Ethics


I think I’ve been very clear. In cases where you falsify documents, that’s a firing offense. John Specia, commissioner of the Department of Family and Protective Services Defining and protecting social work ethics, practice and values – what social workers … Continue reading

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