Why Courts Should Seek the Original Meaning of the Constitution
This essay will argue that courts should seek the original meaning of the Constitution when interpreting it. The author will first explain what original meaning is and why it is important, then discuss how cross-cultural influences have changed the meaning of the Constitution over time. Finally, the author will conclude with a discussion of why originalism is still the best approach for interpreting the Constitution today.More
The Political Environment and Administrative Law: A Threat or a Violation?
This essay assesses the extent to which the political environment can negatively impact administrative law. It discusses how political interference with the judiciary, deregulation of public services, and privatization can all lead to serious consequences for those seeking redress through the courts or for the environment.More
The Impact of Identity Theft on Sentencing: A Review of the Literature
This essay discusses the problem of identity theft and its impact on sentencing. It reviews the literature on the topic and finds that identity theft is a serious crime with significant consequences for both victims and society. The sentence imposed in these cases should reflect the seriousness of the offense and protect the public from further harm.More