Fundemental Law

| February 12, 2014

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Comprehensive details relating to the assignment will be provided separately. We recommend that you carefully read this information, making sure that when you write your assignment you answer the questions asked and address the criteria. Most marks are given for analysis; very few marks are given for the mere stating of information. See the presentation requirements and the warning about plagiarism elsewhere in this Course Description.
You will be assessed on:
> Readable connected prose NOT point form summaries
> Accurate spelling, grammar, punctuation, paragraph construction and proofreading
> Effective use of HEADINGS
> Consistent and accurate acknowledgment of sources using a recognised style ? both in relation to in-text referencing and bibliography. This can be footnoting or other recognised styles but you MUST be consistent. Please refer to sections 1.7 and 1.11 of this Course Description for warnings regarding plagiarism and referencing. If you do not reference in the body of your essay the actual resources you have used (which will mostly be textbooks and articles) you will be given a mark of zero under Regulation 6.1.1
> Identification of the reference style being used (please put on title page)
Analysis (most of the marks are allocated here)
> Depth of understanding of the topic and identification of relevant issues
> Accuracy of the law (legislation and cases) used to support discussion
> Clarity and coherence of the debate/discussion (think of leading a non-lawyer reader along a pathway, explaining the features, their importance and impact)
> Quality of discussion and argument
> Attempt to canvass a range of views and to offer an individual opinion on the state of the law/need for reform (depending on topic chosen)
Research ? depth and quality (needed in order to analyse)
> The use made of appropriate legal sources, particularly cases (it is appropriate to rely on the summaries of cases located in secondary sources)
> The breadth and use made of relevant secondary legal sources, in particular a number of legal texts, internet sites and academic journal articles.
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