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6th June, 3pm Brisbane time, got 1day, u can do it at any time 2 hrs.
The exam will consist of 3 x “problem style” ILAC questions, which are of a similar difficultly level to what is asked in the Tutorial submission questions and the ILAC Problem Set assignment.
The exam covers all materials in Teaching Weeks 3 – 13. The Final Exam will NOT cover the materials in Teaching Weeks 1 and 2.
Criteria and Marking
You have failed to identify any relevant issues and demonstrated little or no knowledge of relevant considerations or legal principles.
You have failed to identify a significant issue and demonstrated little or no knowledge of relevant considerations or legal principles.
You have recognised some of the relevant issues, but demonstrated either (a) minimal knowledge of relevant considerations or legal principles; or (b) little or no application of relevant considerations or legal principles to the issues.
You have identified the major issues, demonstrated a satisfactory understanding of the relevant considerations and legal principles, and demonstrated some capacity to apply those considerations and principles to the issues.
You have clearly identified the major issues, demonstrated a good understanding of the relevant considerations and legal principles, and demonstrated a good capacity to apply relevant considerations and principles to the issues.
You have clearly identified most of the relevant issues, demonstrated a very good understanding of the relevant considerations and legal principles (with reference to relevant case law or legislation), and demonstrated a very good capacity to apply relevant considerations and principles to the issues in a persuasive manner.
You have clearly identified all of the relevant issues, demonstrated an exceptional understanding of the relevant considerations and legal principles (with reference to relevant case law or legislation), and demonstrated an outstanding and insightful capacity to apply relevant considerations principles to the issues in a highly persuasive manner.
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