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Business Law

Business Law

This assignment consists of two elements:

· Your responses to questions (as listed below) taken from Chapters 1 to 9 in the text; and

· Your responses to questions relating to case based questions (as listed below) taken from Chapters 1 to 9 in the text.

This assignment will require you to submit a formal report of your responses to the questions as a Word document submitted through the Assignment 1 Turn It In drop box on the course Moodle site. Do not repeat the questions in your submission but make sure that you number your responses consistent with the assignment.

There is no formal minimum or maximum length for your reports but you should expect that a minimally satisfactory response for each question will be at least 150 words and at least 250 words for each case based question. You may exceed this minimum but a minimally satisfactory response is not likely to be less than the minimums stated above. Make sure you reference any external sources you use in your responses.

Submissions that are excellent and earn a grade of 80 and higher will have no errors of grammar, spelling, citation, referencing, or writing style. They will exhibit an appropriate level of professionalism in terms of their formatting and they will have evidence of secondary research to support the responses. The responses will cover all aspects of what is stipulated as required in each question and consistent with the grading rubric below. Generally, submissions at this level are 4,000 words or higher.

Submissions that are very good and earn a grade between 70 and 79 may have some errors of grammar, spelling, citation, referencing and some issues with writing style and clarity of expression. They will also not demonstrate a high level of secondary research to support responses. They will be consistent with the grading rubric below.

Submissions that are satisfactory and earn a grade of 50 to 69 may have significant examples of spelling, grammar and writing style errors and only respond to the questions in a perfunctory manner. They will not be consistent with the grading rubric below.

Submissions that are unsatisfactory and earn less than 50 will have serious issues with all of the elements discussed above. Responses that are unintelligible will receive a grade of 0. They will not be consistent with the grading rubric below.

ELEMENTS

Unsatisfactory (0-49)

Satisfactory (50-69)

Very Good (70-79)

Excellent (80-100)

Issue identifies by name the area/s of law that is relevant to the problem question and clearly describes the legal problem that must be addressed.

Neither the relevant area(s) of law nor the legal problems that need to be addressed are identified with precision.

The area of law is correctly identified but the statement does not clearly describe the legal problem(s) that need to be addressed.

The area of law and the legal problem(s) to be addressed are identified but the description of the problem(s) is unclear or incomplete.

The area of law and the legal problem(s) to be addressed are identified clearly and completely.

Rules of Law states the relevant legal principles. The source of authority will be a statute, case law or a combination of both.

No relevant legal principles have been identified with precision.

Some identification of relevant legal principles. In the Moot Project, the correct source(s) of authority have not been cited accurately, or at all.

All or most of the relevant legal principles are stated, but the explanation of the principles is unclear or incomplete

All relevant legal principles are clearly explained. In the Moot Project, all correct sources of authority are given.

Analysis consider each legal principle identified in the Rules section and explains its relevance to the facts. It states how each principle can be applied/distinguished to support logical arguments about how the Issue(s) will be resolved.

The discussion of the facts does not refer to any relevant legal principles, or does so inadequately.

The discussion considers some of the relevant legal principles but does not effectively apply those principles to the key facts to support logical arguments about how the Issue(s) will be resolved.

The discussion considers the application of most of the relevant legal principles to the key facts but the arguments are not all clear, and some are incomplete.

The discussion is a clear, comprehensive analysis of the relevant legal principles and their application to the facts. It supports logical arguments about how the Issue(s) will be resolved.

Decision is stated and provides an overview of how the arguments in the Analysis section address the Issue(s).

The Decision is not stated or is not supported adequately.

The Decision is clearly stated. It is supported by some of the arguments but does not adequately explain how they address the Issue(s).

The Decision is clearly stated. It is supported by most of the arguments but the explanation of how those arguments address the Issue(s) is unclear/incomplete.

The Decision is clearly stated. It is well supported by arguments in the Analysis section and clearly explains how those arguments address the Issue(s).


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