HELP! How to answer exam questions exactly?Watch
The question is:
‘The existing law of trespass to the land does not adequately protect landowners against unjustifiable interference from unwanted visitors.’ Discuss.
It seems so damn easy, and it is, but I have no clue how to introduce points, give evidence, and explain them. My uni never actually taught us how to write up answers in Law. Please help somebody.
Is there any kind of formula when answering it, just to make it really simple and clear for both me to follow and the examiner when marking.
A proper and more detailed response would require you to say what argument/ideas you have, what you've done so far without help. But you've not given any of that. Really, to give you a format (X goes into the 6th paragraph, introduce Y after you've introduced X) would mean to give you X, Y and who knows what else. It is important to know X, Y are the essay -- you're being marked mainly on your ability to recognise these ideas, rather than where you place some adverbs.
You are the one being unreasonable here.