Identify and explain the relevance and significance of the factors which continue to shape law as a regulatory mechanism and a tool to protect human rights – Essaylink

The Assessment Task – the following propositions:

The concept of Wednesbury unreasonableness has served its purpose, and should now be discarded.

Additional guidance:

You are to start the first paragraph of your essay with   “This essay will be arguing FOR/AGAINST [delete as applicable] the following proposition: [insert as appropriate].”

Having set out the focus of your essay (as above), you should then provide a short summary of the key points of your argument (max 5/6 points) in your first paragraph.

Your essay should then develop each of your key points, making appropriate use of authority and explaining how each point supports your argument.

Your essay should contain a short conclusion drawing your key points together.

Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this assessment, you will be able to:

Subject-Specific Knowledge, Understanding & Application

a) Assess and evaluate law both as a mechanism for regulating the actions of government and public authorities and as a tool to protect human rights, as well as its limitations

b) Identify and explain the relevance and significance of the factors which continue to shape law as a regulatory mechanism and a tool to protect human rights

c) Present appropriately structured legal arguments supported by a range of integrated and effectively referenced sources to propose solutions to questions set
Employability & Changemaker Skills

d) Apply principles and arguments to factual situations (real and hypothetical), to suggest and justify solutions and/or evaluate alternative courses of action

e) Clearly, accurately and appropriately communicate viewpoints, ideas, arguments and analysis in written English

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