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Has anyone got predictions for the sources of law paper for 2018, a quick reply would be great!
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Has anyone got predictions for the sources of law paper for 2018, a quick reply would be great!
Surely not statutory interpretation
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No I would not think so, my own predictions were either EU law with judicial precedent OR Deligated legislation and Judicial president
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dont forget law reform: the role of the law commission and the problems they encounter in fulfilling their role
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My teachers predicted Judicial precedent and statutory interpretation despite it having been repeated for many years. Judicial precedent hasn’t been on the paper since 2014!
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any last min topics everyone is looking at?
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Good luck let’s all hope JP is on it
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Well it was DL and JP hoping it went well anyone know how they answered the scenario question?
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Well it was DL and JP hoping it went well anyone know how they answered the scenario question?
I did the 2nd one. Finished with time to spare so I was a tad suspicious
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I did the 2nd one. Finished with time to spare so I was a tad suspicious
What did u put for Q2 I put; reversing, overfilling and distinguishing but I think it may have been overusing, overfilling, distinguishing?
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What did u put for Q2 I put; reversing, overfilling and distinguishing but I think it may have been overusing, overfilling, distinguishing?
I forgot what the question was, but I know for the last one it was distinguishing for sure.
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I forgot what the question was, but I know for the last one it was distinguishing for sure.
What about Q1 cuz I only briefly described Ratio and Obtier and then talked about reversing and overruling more
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Didn’t like the last one how it only asked for advantages of JP it should have asked for both arguments
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I didn’t get C part 1 did it ask for the development of the practice statement so the London street tramways cases 1898 then the practice statement 1966, then Conway v rimmer and shivpuri for criminal, pepper v heart for Hansard then finally Austin v Southwark showing that it was transferred to the Supreme Court under the constitution reform act, is that correct??
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Or was it asking for something else?
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I didn’t get C part 1 did it ask for the development of the practice statement so the London street tramways cases 1898 then the practice statement 1966, then Conway v rimmer and shivpuri for criminal, pepper v heart for Hansard then finally Austin v Southwark showing that it was transferred to the Supreme Court under the constitution reform act, is that correct??
I think so I just talked about everything for the practice statement but the questions were worded weirdly in my opinion
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Yeah it was asking about the practice directions which I’ve never heard of I just presumed it meant practice statement and wrote about the development of it and how it was used in cases, and how there’s a reluctance to use it.
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Also was the last 5 mark question, distinguishing?
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Also was the last 5 mark question, distinguishing?
Can u remember your other scenario answers?
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Didn’t like the last one how it only asked for advantages of JP it should have asked for both arguments
I wish they asked for both arguments too, but I managed to think of 7 solid advantages thankfully
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