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    Hi guys I'm really struggling as a first year student I would just like. Guide on how to answer this question not N answer could you guys please help me

    1. Write a case-note on the decision of the House of Lords in O’Reilly v Mackman [1983] 2 AC 287.
    Your case-note should contain a brief account of the facts of the case, the decision of the House of Lords, and the significance of the decision to the law of judicial review. When considering the significance of the decision, you should reflect on any human rights implications of the decision. (You might find it helpful to reflect on whether the House of Lords would have made the same decision had the Human Rights Act 1998 been in force at the time of the decision).

    Have you read the case yet? Looked at your notes?

    Just read the question it couldnt be clearer in what it wants
    Case note
    The decision
    Analysis of decision for JR
    Signifcance for HR
    HR reflection.

    If you do the research and start to get a good idea how it works, then you can decide how you want to write your essay. Its 11 pages., but if you cnat deal with hat then just look it up in a casebook.
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