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    does anyone have any predictions of what might come up on the law exam 2016?
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    (Original post by le123)
    does anyone have any predictions of what might come up on the law exam 2016?
    Hi, I've been looking through past papers and as I think that in Statutory Interpretation the purposive or mischief rule might come up. With ADR Arbitration hasn't come up for a while as well as conciliation and possibly advantages or disadvantages of civil courts. Hope this was of some help
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    What modules are you studying?

    Between civil and criminal, I would always pick criminal...
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    any model answers around?
    also i always find questions on green and white papers, i have no idea what to include because there isn't much to include..
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    My predictions is:
    DL:
    Describe a form of either bylaws and statutory instruments
    Parliamentary controls
    Advantages and disadvantages of DL

    Statutory instruments:
    Explain the Golden rule
    Explain the Mischief rule
    Advantages and disadvantages of (rule of language)

    Criminal courts and lay people:
    Jury qualification, selection & appointment
    Describe how lay magistrate qualify
    Discuss disadvantages of using lay persons in the criminal courts
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    I did the unit 1 last year and am redoing it this year. I got a C last year but think I can do better. After re-revising it I think that Examples are the keyy! For example, Delegated legislation> Orders in Council> Terrorism act 2001, energy reserve order 2000, Afghanistan Act 2001, foot-in-mouth crisis 2001. etc.
    And for Green papers- consultative document, used to evoke discussion & debate by interested & effected parties. example - High speed rail 2010.
    white papers- firm proposals of the bill.
    both part of the Informal law-making process
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    For those doing ADR and the Civil Courts, has one of the three questions always been advantages and disadvantages combined and never either advantages/disadvantages alone? Looked at last few past papers and this seems to be the case but I haven't looked at any past papers beyond 2013 so... 😂

    Thanks.
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    Are we expected to know/is it possible to be asked the advantages & disadvantages of the Latin rules? Also, I'm re-sitting this paper so does that mean that it will be different to the paper sat by yr12s/people not re-sitting?
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    Can they really ask for evaluation of the latin rules? There is nothing to say..
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    My predictions for this year's paper is attached.
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    (Original post by JD742)
    My predictions is:
    DL:
    Describe a form of either bylaws and statutory instruments
    Parliamentary controls
    Advantages and disadvantages of DL

    Statutory instruments:
    Explain the Golden rule
    Explain the Mischief rule
    Advantages and disadvantages of (rule of language)

    Criminal courts and lay people:
    Jury qualification, selection & appointment
    Describe how lay magistrate qualify
    Discuss disadvantages of using lay persons in the criminal courts
    I thought advantages and disadvantages of rules of language isn't on the specification? Or do you mean a rule of interpretation?
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    (Original post by Danjovi)
    My predictions for this year's paper is attached.
    the documnet does not work
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    (Original post by dianamorar)
    the documnet does not work
    Try looking in your downloads section, works fine for me
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    Can someone tell me what was on last years paper for criminal courts and lay people, delegated legislation and statutory interpretation?
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    I predicted the same and so did my tutor
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    (Original post by Danjovi)
    My predictions for this year's paper is attached.
    I predicted the same
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    I thought the same and so did my tutor xx
 
 
 
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