How to answer a problem question – structure – Public International Law

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  • UniversityUniversity of Sydney
  • AreaLaw
  • CoursePublic International Law
  • Course CodeLAWS5005
  • ProfessorDr Alison Pert
21 Purchases
77%Verified Grade
  • Authortheratiodecidendi
  • Created2013
  • Pages91
  • Approved3 February 2016

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This is an outline on how to answer problem questions and how to identify relevant issues.
It ensures that each required element/step of a specific issue is dealt with at the appropriate stage of the analysis.
It includes all relevant authorities (case law and legislation) when required, and includes factual details of cases where needed, to allow students to distinguish the problem question they have with the authorities they are using.
This structure is based on the following information:
1. Textbook readings (David Harris, Cases and Materials on International Law (7th ed, 2010), and Brownlie’s Principles of Public International Law (8th ed, 2012, edited by James Crawford))
2. Relevant case law and legislation
3. Class notes and teacher handouts


About the author: This Author is one of Nexus Notes most popular since we began at the University of Sydney. Students particularly like the structure of their notes, which layout how to answer problem questions in Law exams. This author is a top performing Law Student with weighted average mark pushing 85% in the Juris Doctor (JD). Prior to doing the JD they were a standout Commerce student at USYD. They have previously worked in top tier consulting firms and now have a position at one of the largest commercial law firms in Australia


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