LO1: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the main concepts, principles and rules of the English Legal System.
LO2: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Contract Law, Tort Law, Company law and Employment law.
In your role as a legal adviser, you have been approached by a multilingual organisation that is looking to establish part of their business in the UK. They are mindful that the legal framework in the UK is very different to the other countries they currently operate in and have asked you to write them a report focusing on the system and principles for law making in the UK.
They have asked that your report is focused on the following
Part 1: Classifications of law
Define laws and identify the respective legal systems in the UK.
Clearly explain with use of examples the following as means of classification of laws in the English Legal system; a) Civil Law, b) Criminal Law
Explain the role of the following Courts in the English Legal system such as a) High Court, b) Supreme Court etc.
Part 2: Source of law
Explain Case Law as a source of laws.
Explain the process of making Legislation
Provide the meaning and examples of Delegated Legislation.
Part 3: UK law making process
Additionally, the report should contain some examples of how UK law making process have a direct impact on commercial organisations. Focus this part of your report on ONE of the following:
(i) Contract Law – Explain the following:
(ii) Employment Law – Explain the following:
(iii) Law of Torts – Explain the following:
Secondary Research Level HE4 – It is expected that the reference list will contain between five and ten sources. As a MINIMUM the reference list should include one refereed academic journal, two academic books and case law.
Additional Submission Instructions:
You are required to submit a soft copy via “Turn-it-in UK” on the module Moodle page. The software will allow you to check your work against other material on the internet. It will also compare your work against other students work.
You will be able to upload drafts of your written work into turn-it-in as many times as you wish before the deadline.
You will not be able to overwrite the final submission after the deadline. You can only submit a single file.
Specific Assessment Criteria: (See Page 3 for General Assessment Criteria)
Excellent (70-100%): Virtually all of the relevant information/skills accurately deployed. Excellent and exceptional grasp of theoretical, conceptual, analytical and practical elements. Very effective integration of theory, practice and information in relation to the objective of the assessment. There will be evidence of originality and creativity as appropriate to the subject.
Very Good (60-69%): Most of the relevant information/skills accurately deployed. Very good grasp of theoretical, conceptual, analytical, practical elements. Effective integration of theory, practice and information in relation to the objectives of the assessment.
Good (50-59%): Some of the relevant information/skills accurately deployed. Adequate grasp of theoretical, conceptual, analytical and practical elements. Fair integration of theory, practice and information in relation to the objectives of the assessment.
Satisfactory (40-49%): Some omissions in the deployment of information/ skills. Some grasp of theoretical, conceptual, analytical and practical elements. Limited integration of theory, practice and information in relation to the objectives of the assessment.
Unsatisfactory (1-39%): Students who do not meet the requirements of a pass grade (40% or above) will not successfully complete the assessment activity.
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