Students are required to apply the relevant legal concepts and principles to analyse and solve the legal issues arising in the case study by explaining and applying their knowledge of the legal principles and rules arising in Australian legal system: topic five inclusive.
2 Four step process questions totally 30 marks
The case study which students are required to resolve using the four step process is set out below. Students are required to apply the relevant legal concepts and principles to analyse and solve the legal issues arising in the case study by explaining and applying their knowledge of the legal principles and rules arising in Australian legal system: topic five inclusive.
Please note also that the information contained in the course materials (the Source Book, computer based tutorials and seminar materials) are sufficient when completing your assignment. It is not necessary to research beyond these materials for the purpose of completing assignments.You must not use the internet for definitions, cases, research etc the materials you have are sufficient to answer the questions. Also to avoid plagiarism please answer the questions by yourself do not discuss your answers with anyone.
- The fact scenario used in this assignment is fictitious.
- Students are to focus on answering the questions with reference to the relevant issues raised by the question as they arise from topic 5. Students do not need to (and should not) undertake any additional research. The level of detail and information contained in the course materials is sufficient to answer the assignment i.e. the text book, PowerPoint Slides, revision notes and worksheets.
- Note the four step process requires students to refer to case law or legislation as authority for the rules of law explained in step two. Where appropriate you will need to refer to any applicable legislation or case authorities contained in the materials for topic 5.
The case study is made up of two (2) questions (1) and (2). Each is worth thirteen (13) marks. A further four (4) marks are allocated to how well the student has followed the four step process; spelling; grammar; correct paraphrasing; referencing and structure of answers.