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    • Thread Starter

    I'm sorry if this is posted in the wrong place my apologises.

    I've decided to drop sociology (wasn't interested in the subject) and my school has insisted that those doing three A level subjects have to do a EPQ.

    At the moment I am considering a career in law and believe it would be beneficial to do a EPQ in a law related subject to increase me knowledge but also give me a conversation starter at University interviews.

    I am trying to think of a certain area of corporate law on which to do my EPQ on but so far I've been struggling to come up with a idea and I would appreciate any hep
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    I found Gladwell wrote a great article on copyright law: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/20...thing-borrowed

    Though this is more psych based (hence my interest as a psych student) you can really explore the concept for an EPQ
    • Thread Starter

    Thankyou a very interesting artical and definetly a area of law which I could further investigate. Do you or anyone else know of any particular area of law I could investigate and question?

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