CREATED ON 24th October 2016
COMPLETED ON 26th October 2016
Expert hired: lastminutetutor


Reflection Paper/Writing Assignment Due bY 26. Please write a reflection paper – maximum 3 to 5 pages, double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font -- which addresses the following questions: Part I: What surprised you about the October 6 panel or lecture? What questions did it raise for you? What did you find interesting? Part II: Find the website of any international court (options: International Criminal Court, Inter-American Court of Human Rights, World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Body Appellate Body, International Criminal Court, European Court of Human Rights, European Court of Justice, African Court on Human and People’s Rights, ECOWAS Court, International Court of Justice). Find the Statute of the Court and answer the following questions, with citations to the relevant articles of the Statute: What kind of disputes is the Court empowered to hear? (subject matter jurisdiction) How many judges are there on the court? How are judges selected? What is one thing that stood out to you about the Court?
This project has already been completed on Studybay
On Studybay you can order your academic assignment from one of our 45000 project experts. Hire your expert directly, without overpaying for agencies and affiliates!
Check the price for your project

See other similar orders

Studybay assignment progress timeline

Studybay is a freelance platform where you can order a INTERNATIONAL LAW, European Court of Human RIGHTS paper, written from scratch by professors and tutors.
24 October 2016
User created a project for Law
24 October 2016
15 experts responded
24 October 2016
User contacted expert lastminutetutor
24 October 2016
User hired expert lastminutetutor who offered a price of $40 for the project and has experience doing similar projects
26 October 2016
The expert completed the project INTERNATIONAL LAW, European Court of Human RIGHTS for 2 days, meeting the deadline
26 October 2016
User accepted the project right away and completed the payment
26 October 2016
User left a positive review

Other projects in this subject area

Random blog posts

Death and paralysis in 'the sisters'
In order to identify that Joyces Dubliners is a work unified by fatality, it is necessary for you to return to the start, where a careful reading is paramount, and begin again. The beginning history, "The Sisters, " is concerned with death and its impact after the living individuals kept in its wake. In case the reader considers its function as essentially an introductory chapter, one will start to find a palpable semblance of unity throughout Dubliners, as this storyline establishes the overarching theme of loss of life and its own associated motifs: paralysis, silences, and epiphanies-the latter of which are inextricably rooted in the poetics of modernity. "The Sisters" is a tale that is concerned with junior, which represents the beginning of a development from child years to maturity.