Clarity of thought and expression. – Presented in a clear and logical structure. Demonstrated knowledge ofthe law – Identifies and recites the particular legal issues and legalprinciples raised by the question, including what legislation and what case law is relevant. – Demonstrates an understanding ofthe scope
and operation ofthe relevant legal issues and legal principles. – Goes beyond recommended readings / evidence ofwider reading and research. Analytical skills – Applies the appropriate legal issues and legal principles to the question. – Evaluates the legal arguments on either side and reaches a logical conclusion. – Identifies any relevant legal policy issues (eg. legal vs moral arguments).
Presentation – Typed, justified text, bibliography. – Correct citations of cases and legislation. – Layout / setting out (use of appropriate headings – clarity, ease of reading). – Conformity with Canberra Law Review Style Guide and formal requirements expressed in the Unit Outline and assessment item cover sheet.
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