Case management decisions and appeals therefrom December 2010. Introduction If my first “Guidance” (regarding split-hearings, issued in May 2010 and published in the July issue of Family Law at  Fam Law 752) began with a note of a health warning, such a health warning applies even more strongly to what follows.
For more information on NSW Bail Laws visit: www.ruleoflaw.org.au/education NSW Bail Laws The Presumption of Innocence The September 2014 Bail Act removed the presumption of innocence from the purposes section of the Bail Act 2013. It is now found in the preamble to the Act. This reduces the status of the presumption of innocence in the Bail Act.
Topic 4: Civil Case Study – The Paisley Snail Outline “The Paisley Snail” video relates the history and the impact of Donoghue vs. Stevenson, perhaps the most memorable and important case in the history of the Commonwealth common law.Through narration, re-enactment, interviews and still photography, the video takes the audience on a trip to Paisley, as we can imagine May Donoghue doing ...
Case studies generally include descriptive research, exploration of a situation, and draw conclusions in context of the situation. There are several different types of case studies including illustrative, exploratory, critical instance, program implementation, program effects, prospective, cumulative, narrative, medical, and embedded.
Applied research in administration is often exploratory because there is need for flexibility in approaching the problem. In addition there are often data limitations and a need to make a decision within a short time period. Qualitative research methods such as case study or field research are often used in exploratory research.
5.1 In this Part, we use fictitious case studies to illustrate how conflicts of interest can arise, and be managed, in practice. They are intended to show the range of scenarios that can occur, and the issues that may need to be considered in assessing their seriousness and deciding how to manage them.
What is a Case Study? Case studies are distinct research methods incorporated within the field of social science. Case studies require the exhaustive evaluation in alignment with the studying of a person, a small group of individuals, a single situation, or a specific case.