The assessment criteria for this module refer closely to the Module Aims which are:Identification

The assessment criteria for this module refer closely to the Module Aims which are: Identification of the principles and concepts involved in a selected area of law. Identification of the strengths and weaknesses underlying these concepts. (LO1 2) Consideration of the law in its practical, social and economic context (LO3) Ability to identify and select information from a variety of authoritative sources (LO5) Ability to communicate arguments/points in an appropriate format, including appropriate use of legal terminology (LO 6) Ability to reference work correctly (LO 4 6)

As discussed in our first Seminar, you are required to submit a WORD DOCUMENT Research Portfolio comprising the following: Description of research area (chosen from areas given) and your rationale for this choice (500 words maximum); Find 6 academic sources on that research topic and provide a rationale for their choices as well as a description of how you found those sources as well as the nature of the source e.g. academic article, government report, newspaper article etc (500 words maximum); A bibliography; and Select one (1) source from the above 6 and summarisein your own words the main arguments. The summary must be fully Oscola referenced with footnotes (maximum 1000 words including footnotes). Deadline : Friday 27th August BEFORE 1pm. Please ensure you keep to this date/time STRICTLY as penalties will apply even if only a minute or two over the deadline (unless you have LSE 5 days late and/or MCs 5 days late) within 24 hrs late is 10% deduction; after 24 hrs late is automatic zero.

PICK A RESEARCH AREA FROM ONE OF THESE SIX AREAS ONLY Human rights

Environmental law

Refugees/immigration law

Brexit

Criminal law

Access to Justice

(must be from the above list, and also UK-focused)

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