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I want to do an EPQ related to law, but I don't study law a-level. What topics/titles do you suggest for a history student that tie into law?
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Huge range really, what area of History are you most interested in?
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Wars of the Roses period
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I want to do an EPQ related to law, but I don't study law a-level. What topics/titles do you suggest for a history student that tie into law?
This is interesting, I like law and history. How about a research of the Code of Law made by emperor Justinian of Byzantium. A code of law that is so influential its still relevant today.
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Wars of the Roses period
Or perhaps a study of Henry the 7ths use of governance to fill England's coffers. Although this strays slightly from the subject of Law.

I pretty sure succession law was pretty important during this period.
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Thanks for the reply, this helps
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Thanks for the reply, this helps
No problem, it sounds like you like history like I do.

Anything cool you learned about recently?
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Love learning about Elizabeth I and all the possible reasons she never married
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No problem, it sounds like you like history like I do.

Anything cool you learned about recently?
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Love learning about Elizabeth I and all the possible reasons she never married
Ah, what if the negotiations with the Swedes over Eric came to fruition?
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Ah, what if the negotiations with the Swedes over Eric came to fruition?
Maybe if he actually showed up instead of sending his brother as proxy, she might have considered him haha
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Maybe if he actually showed up instead of sending his brother as proxy, she might have considered him haha
You know stuff... I like
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