Law in the Workplace
Law in the Workplace
Section 2. Module and Programme Learning Outcomes
Module Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this module you will be able to:
1. Describe the nature of the employment relationship - employment status and the law applicable to contracts of employment.
2. Analyse the law relating to employment rights (common law and statutory rights), discrimination in respect of gender, sexual orientation, race and disability and dismissal.
3. Identify key elements in a problem scenario and structure an argument that draws upon the law relevant to this problem (for example, be able to answer a problem) demonstrating competence in the construction and support of a legal argument, both orally and in written form.
Identify key arguments and structure a reasoned opinion of a general or a specific nature and retrieve information from a variety of sources
Programme Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this module you will have worked towards the following programme outcomes:
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of a wide range of legal concepts, values, principles and rules of English law and able to analyse the reasons for the relationships between them in a number of complex areas
- Analyse facts to produce well-supported conclusions in relation to complex legal case studies
- Make effective use of case studies
- Students can engage in stringent, academic debates in a professional manner
ESSENTIAL GUIDANCE FOR WRITING ESSAYS
1) In relation to the essay question, it is expected that you will discuss (i.e. present a coherent argument) with reference to relevant case law and other relevant material (including articles, textbooks etc).
2) You are being asked a question PLEASE ANSWER THE QUESTION ASKED.
3) You are being asked to make an argument in response to the question, do not be tempted to simply recite the facts of a few relevant cases without explaining their relevance to your argument in response to the question.
4) References to cases or articles should be cited in full.
5) YOU MUST BE FAMILIAR WITH THE PRINCIPLES AND RULES SURROUNDING PLAGIARISM – copying or unreferenced work will not be tolerated – please ask me if unclear (and see notes below).
6) You must also include a full bibliography.
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