Investigative Legal Studies
The State Response to Terrorism: Can use of force be justified under Article 51 of the UN Charter or under customary international law in response to terrorist acts?
(2) “The human rights of those who have left their native communities tend to be problematic. Under the Refugee Convention only those who flee for fear of political persecution may qualify as refugees and therewith obtain refugee status. This leaves two large groups in the cold. First, those who flee for economic reasons (to escape poverty, malnutrition, famine, droughts, or floods) are not to be considered refugees within the meaning of the Refugee Convention. Second, the Refugee Convention only applies to those who cross boundaries; those who remain within their own states are considered to be ‘internally displaced persons.”
Jan klabbers, International Law, (2nd edn. CUP 2017)
(3) Critically evaluate the development and establishment of the EU as a legal order from inception to present day.
(4) Evaluate the impact of Miller judgment. R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union  UKSC 5 on national sovereignty post brexit.
5. Is the test for determining whether a person is an employer or employee in need of reform? Discuss in light of the current Uber case.
Aslam v Uber  I.R.L.R. 4
Human Rights Law
6 ‘Developments at the International Criminal Court since 2002 demonstrate a successful and effective institution in operation.’ Discuss