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Evaluation of Discrimination Law

Category: Law

Evaluate The Current State Of Anti-Discrimination Legislation In The UK

Assessment task details and instructions for evaluation of Discrimination Law.
You should address the following question: –

          “The Act [the Equality Act 2010] has been a great step forward in the protection of vulnerable communities, but there is room for improvement”.
                                                                                           N.Clixby, ‘The Law Society Gazette, February 2020.

Critically evaluate the current state of anti-discrimination legislation in the UK in the context of this quotation.

Please note that higher marks are awarded for depth of analysis. You will need to consider those aspects of current law which have been amended by the Equality Act 2010 and interpreting case law and whether these have improved the law. There is no right or wrong answer. It is the quality of your analysis which will generate the higher marks.
Assessed intended learning outcomes

On successful completion of this assessment, you will be able to: –

Knowledge and Understanding

  1. Identify and evaluate relevant law;
  2. Effectively utilise legal principles in employment problems;
  3. Critically evaluate policy and law via critical analyse of practical implications of employment law.
  4. Demonstrate an in-depth theoretical and practical understanding of the role of Employment law within the legal system and society generally

Practical, Professional or Subject Specific Skills

  1. Conduct independent research using a range of resources to support arguments and draw relevant conclusions in the field of media law.
  2. Recognise, analyse and prioritise relevant legal issues and arguments.
  3. Identify and distinguish between primary and secondary sources and between fact, law and opinion.
  4. Critically apply problem solving skills.

Present arguments in a clear, logical and legally accurate form using appropriate language
Transferable Skills and other Attributes

  1. Develop competence in the use of a range of legal (and sometimes non-legal) research sources, in both paper and electronic format;
  2. Demonstrate the ability to communicate, both in writing and orally, in a professional, ethical and unambiguous fashion;
  3. Solve both theoretical and practical problems through the application of authoritative rules of law, both substantive and procedural;
  4. Analyse the law objectively and provide relevant, effective justifications for answers rather than relying on purely personal opinions.

You must include a word count with your work.

NB: The bibliography is NOT included within the word count. However, footnotes ARE INCLUDED within the word count.

The word count is 2000. There is a 10% leeway permitted if needed, thus you may exceed the word count within said 10% without incurring a penalty. For the avoidance of doubt this amounts to NO MORE than 2200 total words.


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