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My teachers barely taught us the content for law and concepts, and never actually told us how to write or plan answers to the questions. It's worth 35 marks so it's pretty important to get right. I've chosen to do judicial creativity, law and justice, and fault. I've heard the best thing to do is to plan model answers, but I'm not sure how long these answers are meant to be, or how much detail to go into when mentioning cases? I'm just so confused with this whole section of the paper! Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
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Hey, sorry if this is a little late, but I have model answers that I've done for fault and judicial creativity if you want me to send them to you?
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(Original post by emarsden16)
Hey, sorry if this is a little late, but I have model answers that I've done for fault and judicial creativity if you want me to send them to you?
If you could that would be so great! I’ve tried to write some myself so it would be nice to compare to see if I’ve done the right thing!! Thank you!!
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That’s no problem! What’s your email?
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