Recorded lecture for part A of the CLRI exam 2016: This audio presentation analyses the decision in EK (Ivory Coast) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department  in detail and provides a clear explanation and summary of the majority and minority opinions. It is designed to help candidates prepare for the compulsory questions in part A of the examination in 2016.
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Compulsory exam questions on EK (Ivory Coast) v The Secretary of State. The May exam will include a compulsory part – Part A – requiring candidates to answer a number of questions about the decision of the Court of Appeal. Part A will carry 25% of the overall marks for the CLRI examination. In addition to the case note part A will contain an extract from another unseen case.
20% of the overall marks will be allocated to the examination questions about EK (Ivory Coast) v The Secretary of State and 5% to questions about the unseen case.
Candidates will not be permitted to take the case note into the examination.
Thus, how well you know EK (Ivory Coast) v The Secretary of State will have a significant bearing on how well you do in the exam. This audio recording is designed to increase your understanding of the decision so that you will be able to tackle part A of the exam effectively and to excel.
Lecturer – Norman Baird:
Norman Baird has worked closely with the University of London advising and assisting with the development of the International Programmes LLB VLE. He has designed and produced online audio presentations, formative assessment exercises and research exercises in Criminal Law and CLRI for the University and has delivered weekend seminars at Senate House. In addition he organises the annual QED Law revision seminars which take place at University College London.
He is an experienced LLB examiner.
Author of Q&A Criminal Law published by Routledge (2015) – now in its 10th edition.