How to answer a problem question? This is an outline for Public International Law at USYD Law School. This 91 pages long structure explains how to answer problem questions and how to identify relevant issues. This guide will show you how to ensure that each required element or a step of a specific issue is dealt with at the appropriate stage of the analysis. This also 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.
Furthermore, this LAWS5005 (can be used for LAWS1023 too) structure is based on the following information:
- 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)
- Relevant case law and legislation
- Class notes and teacher handouts
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