A Critical examination of contemporary issues regarding Art 3 of the ECHR
Learning Outcomes Assessed
The ability to critically evaluate various methods of social and legal research;
The ability to undertake in-depth research of existing and up-to-date primary and secondary sources;
The ability to critically review and evaluate new information and present it in a clear and coherent academic style and to construct logical arguments on the basis of extensive reading of primary and secondary sources;
The ability to demonstrate advanced analytical and critical skills in the employment of primary and secondary sources in written work;
The ability to cite and reference both primary and secondary legal sources at an appropriate third year level;
The student is expected to demonstrate clear understanding of how to construct an academic essay. This includes coherent structure, the effective use of sources, clear and fluent articulation, and substantiated arguments and conclusions.
The student is expected to demonstrate a strong level of comprehension in their specialised field of research.
The student is expected to demonstrate the capacity to conduct strong critical analysis of their own. Including the ability to effectively engage with the relevant material to provide substantive commentary.
The student is expected to utilise appropriate sources and demonstrate the ability to effectively respond to the set question in a manner commensurate with the standards of a third-year student.