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Law has been studied at Cambridge University since the thirteenth century.Today, the Faculty has more than seventy teaching staff, about 750 undergraduate students, over 100 LL.M. students and about 100 graduate research students.

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  • The Contributions of UNCLOS Dispute Settlement Bodies to the Development of the Law of the Sea 

    Nguyen, Lan Ngoc (2019-04-27)
    This thesis seeks to systematically examine the contributions made by the dispute settlement bodies established under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) to the development of the law of the sea. ...
  • The Legacy of Anglo-American Textualism 

    Magyar, John James (2018-11-06)
    Textualism is the doctrine of statutory interpretation propounded by a small group of US federal court judges, including the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Whilst the doctrine has attracted a great deal of scholarly attention, ...
  • A Social Ontology of the Wage 

    Adams, Zoe Louise (2019-03-23)
    This thesis draws on the theory and method of social ontology to explore why labour law struggles to provide for wage security and clarity of employment status today. It starts by exploring at a conceptual level the ...
  • The Impact of EU Fundamental Rights on the Employment Relationship 

    O'Connor, Niall (2019-04-27)
    The purpose of this thesis is to assess the impact of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights (the Charter) on the employment relationship. The Charter has long been praised for its inclusion of socio-economic rights alongside ...

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