1) Explain the different rules and approaches taken by judges when interpreting an Act of Parliament, giving examples from case law, and critically analyse their advantages and disadvantages.
With regard to questions, the guidelines are about how the essay should be structured. It applies for both Question 1 and 2.
Section 1′ is about describing the issue in the question, referring the formal terms and giving an indication of historical change. ‘Section 2′ is about analysing and arguing the issue referring to case law examples.
So whether you choose Question 1 or 2, the structure of the essay should be the same. This will help you achieve clarity and argumentation, which is how we will mark the essay.
• Statement of what you will be doing in the essay
• Indication of direction of argument
• Detailed description of issue
• Refer to formal terms used in particular issue
• Any indication of historical change
• Analysis of issue
• Present both sides of the case, but with critical awareness of which side you are on
• Refer to law case studies to substantiate your claims
Conclusion (200 max)
• Concluding remarks in your own words
• Suggestions for improvements, etc.
ALSO IMPORTANT TO KNOW TO RECEIVE HIGHER MARK:
20) Argument (use subheading-title)+ STRUCTURE, CONTENT, CRITISIM, ACCURACY AND REFERENCES
21) TOTALLY 20 REFERENCES AT THE END, INCLUDE REFERENCES IN TEXT PLEASE, NOT NEEDS REFERENCES IN INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSION !
22) Write about Advantages and disadvantages
23) Use- formal terms
24) Critical analysis
25) How many cases? – The answer is- 6 cases – Refer and brief introduction
26) OSCOLA Quick Reference Guide -– which will be provided as an example.
27) elaw recourses can be for help – httpss://www.e-lawresources.co.uk/
28) Explain and then analyse the argument – critical argument – (this can give higher mark)
Argue: Which one of three is most important (Argument)