LA4039 - Advocacy and Criminal Sentencing
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||College of Business, Law & Governance
The subject covers two discrete but related topics: the principles and practice of
courtroom advocacy and an in-depth examination of the legislation and authorities
governing the sentencing process. Practical consideration of the bail application
process are also covered. Students are introduced to the different styles and approaches
that can be applied to best present a client's case in both civil and criminal appearances
across a range of courts and will have the opportunity to practise the skills taught
in a practical setting.
- apply the bail application process;
- understand the different styles and approaches that can be used to best present material
in civil and criminal appearances in a court of law;
- use the different styles and approaches to advocacy;
- be familiar with the legislation and authorities that govern the sentencing process;
- understand the process for making a bail application.
- Invigilated > End of semester exam - (50%)
- Invigilated > Presentations - (50%).
Special Assessment Requirements
Use of the Law School's Moot Court and availability of video and sound recording equipment
to provide student feedback and an assessment record. Students will be required to
attend all classes as assessment will be integrated throughout the coursework.
||(LA2017 OR LA1005) AND (LA2018 OR LA1004) AND LA3004
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest