PROVIDE A SUMMARY OF THE CONSTITUTION THAT YOUR TRIBE DEVELOPED IN WORKSHOP 1, TASKS 1 AND 2, EXPLAINING HOW IT ADDRESSES THE REQUIREMENTS FOR HART’S 3-PART LEGAL SYSTEM
TERM 1, 2017 – ASSESSMENT 1 – INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT
Marks: 40% of the overall assessment for the course
Submission: Online via Moodle
Format: One file in .doc or .docx (MSWord) format.
Submissions in any other file format (e.g. .zip) will be
treated as a non-submission.
Your file should contain:
Cover sheet – Contains your name, student number and
word counts for Parts A, B and D.
Part A – Answer to either Question 1 OR Question 2
Part B – Answer to Question 3
Part C – Link to YouTube video and the case reference(s).
Part D – Answer to Question 4, including case reference.
If you refer to more than one case in Part D, use a
Due date: 11.45pm, 4 May 2017 (Week 8)
Word limit: Word limits are set out below for each part.
The university policy on extensions of time will be strictly enforced. Extensions will only be considered if made via the online system and must be based on medical or compassionate grounds. Any extension application should be made before the due date for submission. Medical conditions should be supported by a medical certificate, and, since students are expected to start the assignment early, temporary or last-minute conditions are usually not grounds for an extension. Professionals are expected to manage their time to meet their obligations, so work or personal commitments are insufficient grounds for an extension.
The university’s plagiarism policy will also be strictly enforced. If plagiarism is found, a minimum penalty is likely to be zero marks for the assessment. It could be worse.
PART A (10 marks – 600-800 words)
You have to choose one of the following questions:
Provide a summary of the constitution that your tribe developed in Workshop 1, Tasks 1 and 2, explaining how it addresses the requirements for Hart’s 3-part legal system.
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