Where applicable, you should refer to authoritative sources (for example avoiding un-authoritative web-based sources such as Wikipedia and/or A level texts) and should present and reference your work in accordance with the OSCOLA principles/requirements (a guide for this purpose is available on your Blackboard Organisation site; LL.B Student Contact).
You should aim to give an account of the UK’s relevant laws and principles.
You should not overly dwell on the UK’s legal history.
You should refer to relevant statutory, case law and academic commentary to support and illustrate you answer.
You should not simply copy or cut and paste material.
You should not include overly long extracts or quotes (such quotes should ordinarily be paraphrased).
You should submit ONE copy only in electronic form as per page 1 instructions