conclusions and recommendations All need to be aligned to the requirements of the question Wholly or mainly descriptive with no critical analysis or application of the legal principles or issues No conclusions and recommendations. Shows some limited analysis of the issues and application of the legal principles Analysis and application are evident but incomplete Shows some attempt to draw conclusions and recommendations, but incomplete Shows critical analysis of the issues Logical application of all of the relevant legal principles Conclusions and recommendation s clearly flowing from analysis and application. 5. REFERENCING & BIBLIOGRAPHY 10 0-4 5-7 8-10 All key sources must be cited, and a consistent and accurate use of Harvard referencing system must be maintained. A separate reference list and bibliography should be provided Main key sources not cited. Cases and other legal authority not cited or referenced Limited or no use of an accepted referencing system. Most key sources cited using an accepted referencing system. Most cases and other legal authority cited but referencing incomplete or inaccurate All key sources cited. All cases and other legal authority correctly cited Consistent and accurate use of an accepted referencing system. TOTAL © CEM Page 6 of 6 Submission of assignments Online You may submit your assignment online via the ‘Coursework team’ section of the VLE. Please refer to the online guidance notes for up-to-date submission information. You will need to be familiar with these guidance notes prior to the submission deadline. Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure that your assignment is successfully received on time. By post You may submit your assignment by post at any time up to and including the due date. Please complete a coursework submission form and staple it to your assignment. You must retain proof of postage until after you have received the marked assignment. Please refer to the submission guidance on the VLE for more information. The overall word length for this assignment should be within 10% either way from the stated word count. You may incur a penalty if you exceed the upper value. You must state the total number of words used at the end of your assignment; however, the content of appendices and references/bibliographies may be excluded from your word count. Warning: Plagiarising someone else’s work, whether copying from the Internet, CEM study materials, a textbook, a fellow student or elsewhere, is a serious offence. Before you submit your work for assessment, you must check it to ensure that you have fully cited within the text all the sources of information you have used and that all your sources are listed in a reference section at the end of your submission. Quoted text must not be excessive in length. You will find guidance on correct citing and referencing in The Harvard System – The CEM Guide to Referencing and Citation in the ‘Study skills’ section on the VLE. Be aware that your work may be checked using anti-plagiarism software. If plagiarism is identified, this will result in a severe penalty ranging from loss of all or part of the mark to exclusion from your course.
Student Number: 1505971
11th February, 2016