After decades of campaigning, predominantly by family law practitioners, The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill finally received Royal Assent and became an Act of Parliament on 25 June 2020.
This assignment will be marked out of 100%
Also, this assignment contributes to 100% of the total module marks.
The word limit is 6000 words.
Your Journal should contain 4 journal entries plus 4 workshop/discussion board reflections from the following topics;
Each Journal entry will be marked out of and contribute 20% to your overall module mark. So, 80% in total.
Your workshop reflections account for 20% of the module marks and will be based on your online [or physical in Term 2] attendance, engagement and participation.
In addition, you need to engage in classes and in the discussion board activity comprising reflections on the topic areas. More so, engagement in the workshops and discussion boards for your chosen topic areas is compulsory and you are requir ed to complete discussion board reflections.
20% in total.
HARD COPY by
5pm, 23.04.21 to TC117 [if no lockdown]
9. Legislative Law Making
Choose ONE of the following case studies and provide an analysis using the three models of legislative lawmaking;
The Coronavirus Act 2020 received Royal Assent on 25 March, having been fast-tracked through parliament in just four sitting days. The Act contains ‘emergency powers’ to enable public bodies to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Act has three main aims:
To give further powers to the government to slow the spread of the virus
Also, to reduce the resourcing and administrative burden on public bodies
More so, to limit the impact of potential staffing shortages on the delivery of public services.
After decades of campaigning, predominantly by family law practitioners, The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill finally received Royal Assent and became an Act of Parliament on 25 June 2020. In the biggest shake-up of divorce laws for 50 years, the move towards “no fault divorce” is long overdue, and a welcome change which is aimed at reducing the impact that the requirement to apportion blame in divorce petitions can have on couples and their children.