Ritically discuss this statement, indicating to what extent you agree with it.

Question : In relation to recovery for psychiatric damage, Lord Oliver has commented that: a?I cannot, for my part, regard the present state of the law as either entirely satisfactory or as logically defensiblea? (Alcock and Others v Chief Constable of the South Yorkshire Police [1992] PIQR 1, 26.) Critically discuss this statement, indicating to what extent you agree with it.
As your live support told me that your company would not be able to provide a good quality work in the given deadline. But im really urgent for it. I dont mind the quality please just try to finish it in the given deadline. So can you please try your best to finish it? Please. The essay only covers negligence. No other stuffs. Essays should be no more than 2,500 words in length. References should be more academic, not non-academic websites. Dont be plagiarised. The essay should be sound and coherent. The intro and conclusion should give a good orientation to the readers. It should be good to focus more upon aspects that you introduce. Be specific on your explanations. Please do expand on it. Also, try to think of the conclusion as a summary of the most important points as well as the overall answer, implications, limitations of the research that you have examined and any recommendations that you want to leave the reader with. Marking Criteria These guidelines are intended to spell out the criteria which are used to assess undergraduate coursework in order to help students understand what is expected of them. Although the modes of formal assessment may differ and the final classification of marks is quite different, the principles by which markers arrive at their judgments remain the same. Below is a list of aspects of studentsi?? work which may be taken into account during assessment, as appropriate. ? Relevance of material in the essay to the title of the assignment. ? Relevance to the content of the course. ? Understanding of issues or problems under discussion. ? Knowledge and understanding of relevant readings. ? Critical discussion of relevant readings. ? Use of suitable data. ? Clarity and depth in the analysis of theory, data and issues under discussion. ? Coherence of argument. ? Clarity and relevance of introduction and conclusion. ? Clarity and precision of expression. ? Use of appropriate and consistent conventions for quoting from other peoplei??s work. ? Clarity of presentation (layout, including use of paragraphs and tables, for example). ? Clarity of writing including grammar, punctuation, spelling and sentence construction. This is important as a degree classification sends out a message to employers about what they can expect by way of standard of written work. See The Law Schooli??s Moodle site Things You Need to Know for full details of the criteria for the award of marks. So much for coursework, but what about examinations? We appreciate that a different level and type of pressure applies for the three hours when you must use your own hand-writing to convey complex arguments and data without reference to any texts. In using the above criteria when marking exam scripts we take these pressures into account, but markers can only assess what they can read and there should be an indication of the texts you have been using to construct your argument and its supporting evidence