Nglish Legal System and Skills Case Analysis and Statute Analysis

Comprehensiveness and accuracy;
A?A?A?a ¬A?A A· Clarity of argument and expression;
A?A?A?a ¬A?A A· Integration of a range of materials;
A?A?A?a ¬A?A A· Evidence of wider reading;
A?A?A?a ¬A?A A· Insight into the theoretical issues;
A?A?A?a ¬A?A A· Excellent and fluent use of written English containing very few grammatical errors.

In addition,

A?A?A?a ¬A?A A· all of the relevant legal issues must have been spotted:
A?A?A?a ¬A?A A· the exposition and application of the relevant legal rules must be clear, accurate and comprehensive;
A?A?A?a ¬A?A A· the application of the legal rules and the case law must be insightful; and
A?A?A?a ¬A?A A· there should be a conclusion that summarises the legal position of the relevant parties


a) Thorough, explicit knowledge & understanding of the topic with some clear understanding of, and explicit links to, some aspects of a wider field of study.

(b) Excellent usage of recent emerging thought and/or practices from a range of appropriate disciplines

(a) Sustained and fully substantiated analysis including contrary perspectives.
(b) Numeric analysis that is complete and free from errors with application of methods that may be insightful or original

(c) Evidence of an innovative or original use of extensive personal research which has been thoroughly evaluated conceptually

(a) Excellent structure
and presentation
(b) Precise, full and
appropriate
references and notes.

(c) Subtle use of
language expressing
a high degree of
thought with clarity
and precision to a
level appropriate for
submission for


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Referencing Requirements:
Read Case Regina V Silva 2007 WLR 303 using this case only answer the following questions (part 1 only )

Part 2 Read the Criminal Damage Act 1971 (the Act) and suing this status only answer the following question.

Use relevant case law for each scenario and question thats needed.

he systems of referencing that BPP recommends is the Numeric system (Footnotes).

The Numeric system is to all intents and purposes the OSCOLA system, which some of you may have already met in other modules.

Please also note thet the Numeric (OSCOLA) system is the preferred system to use for referencing in case law.

Fotnotes will not be counted in the word limit of the coursework as long as they are only references to legel authorities (cases, statutes, journal articles etc) and not used to explain or develop arguments.

ANYTHING WHICH IS A DIRECT QUOTE MUST BE IN QUOTATION MARKS!

OTHERWISE, THIS WILL COUNT AS PLAGIARISM!

Please see attachments