Recorded lecture for the case note and part A of the LSM exam 2017: This lecture presentation explains and analyses the decision in Broadview Energy Developments Ltd v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government .
Case note: Students registered for the University of London International Programmes LLB Legal System & Method (LSM) examination in 2017 are required to write a case note based on the report of Broadview Energy v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government  and to submit it before midnight on Wednesday 8th March 2017. The University explains that ‘your case note should include:
- Case name and citation
- Court and judges
- Material facts
- Question(s)of law/issue(s)
- Detailed reasons for the decision
- The ratio decidendi
Compulsory exam questions on Broadview Energy. The LSM exam in May 2017 will include a compulsory part – Part A – requiring candidates to answer a number of questions about the decision of the Court of Appeal. In addition, part A will contain an extract from an unseen case.
Part A will carry 25% of the overall mark for the LSM examination; 20% will be allocated to the examination questions about Broadview Energy and 5% to questions about the unseen case.
Thus, how well you understand and can explain Broadview Energy will have a significant bearing on how well you do in the exam.
Candidates will not be permitted to take the case note into the examination.
- This recorded lecture is designed to help candidates write the case note and to prepare for the compulsory questions in part A of the 2017 examination.
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Lecturer – Norman Baird
Norman Baird – experienced full time Senior Lecturer and examiner of Criminal Law, Legal System and Jurisprudence.
As consultant to the University of London International Programmes LLB he has advised on the development of the online resources, produced recorded lecture presentations in the core LLB subjects and designed online research exercises available on the University of London’s virtual learning environment (VLE). In addition he organises the QED Law revision seminars which take place annually at University College London and in Toronto, Canada.