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Should the law allow sentiment to triumph over science? The retention of body parts
The use of human body material including tissue and organs has been controversial for many centuries. Concerns arose in the eighteenth century about practices used to obtain corpses for dissection. Scientific studies in ...
Claims for wrongful pregnancy and child rearing expenses
Wrongful birth claims relate to the birth of a child as a consequence of medical negligence. There has been general acceptance by courts in various jurisdictions that costs relating to the pregnancy and birth may be ...
An exploratory investigation into the corporate social disclosure of selected New Zealand companies
Corporate social disclosure, that is, the communication of an organisation’s social and environmental impact through the annual report or similar medium, is an increasingly important issue, and arguably has benefits for ...
Web assisted teaching: an undergraduate experience
The emergence of the Internet has created a number of claims as to the future of education and the possibility of dramatically changing the way in which education is delivered. Much of the attention has focussed on the ...