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General Principles - Essay Question

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    General principles look to be quite a straight forward topic with a limited amount of possibilities with what could be examined. While I have the knowledge of cases, I feel uncomfortable with the critical analysis.

    What is a good approach when assessing their importance (prevent denial of justice, promote rule of law, etc - compare with treaties and how they've been incorporated?), their origin (based on traditions from national member states and ECHR - how would this be critically analysed?)

    Any help to get a strong 2:1 or a 1st will be greatly appreciated - thank you.
    • Thread Starter

    Sorry, the topic should say EU. If someone can change that then please do so.
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