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<LAND LAW I> Tutorial Questions 2012

<LAND LAW I> Tutorial Questions 2012

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AHMAD IBRAHIM KULLIYYAH OF LAWSSTUDENT GUIDELINES ON ORAL PRESENTATIONFORMATS FOR LAND LAW I TUTORIALS
Each group will form a legal firm and will be assigned a tutorial question to attemptaccording to the oral presentation formats below. Each group will be assessed by yourtutor according to the following scale:
1= Poor 3 = Satisfactory 5 = Excellent2= Below Average 4 = Good
ORAL-PRESENTATION FORMATS TO BE APPLIED FOR LAND LAW
a) Debateb) Mini-Mootc) Client Counselingd) Legal Skite) Consultancy Presentation
f)
 
Talk Show/ Forum/ Panel Discussion
.
 
a) DEBATE A MOTIONMETHOD:
A Motion will be given in the tutorial question.
Example
Hold a debate on the following motion:
“The present National Land Code 1965 is not a complete code” Proposed format: British Parliamentary (2v2) = 2 teams 
 
Points of Information will be allowed.
 
Debaters are encouraged to use any materials such as posters, photos, graphs,charts,etc. to support their arguments.
 
Each speaker will be given 2-3 mins. to speak.
 
Adjudicators: The rest of the class.
 
Chairperson and timekeeper: members of the group 
 
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b)
MINI MOOT
The tutorial problem will be in the form of a High Court judgment to be appealed from. Groupmembers must take on the role of counsel for the appellant and respondent and preparesubmissions to be heard in the Appeal Court. One interpreter and one judge. Judge must lay downhis judgment and reasons thereof.Court decorum is to be observed at all times. Find out the proper manner of addressing the courtand how to submit in court.
Note:
Remember this is a MINI moot, thus your presentations must be tailored to finish by 15minutes, not more.
c) CLIENT COUNSELING
METHOD:
1.
 
Read the problem to the class before commencing the session so that your classcan be tuned into the problem before the session begins. Introduce your groupmembers and the roles that they will be playing.
2.
 
Client walks into the law office for the first time, meets two lawyers who welcome him.Client relates problem for 5 minutes. Lawyers advise for 5 minutes.3.
 
Client leaves office and lawyers have a post- interview reflection to reflect on importantlegal issues arising from the problem. (5 Minutes)(1 secretary, 2 lawyers, 1 or 2 clients, time-keeper)
Tips for effective client-counseling:
1) Be genuine in your concern about your client.2) Reflect your client’s feelings and concerns.3) Observe professional legal ethics.4) Smile and maintain eye-contact with the client.5) Ask open questions at the beginning and closed questions nearing the end.6) Give a clear explanation of the client’s legal position but do not confuse the client withlegal jargon.7) Do give the client alternative courses of action/options.8) Do not give false assurances to the client when it seems that he has a weak case.
 
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d) LEGAL SKIT
METHOD:
From the tutorial question given, prepare a script for 4-5 characters to play a role in performingthe sketch to explain certain legal concepts. e.g. Through a legal skit, explain your understandingof ‘fixtures’ as opposed to ‘chattels’.Note: Don’t forget costumes (must cover aurah!) and props. to make it more interesting!
e) CONSULTANCY PRESENTATION
METHOD:
 
From the tutorial question, pretend that you are a legal consultant for a company thatwants you to solve the problem.
 
Prepare a ‘cutting-edge’ presentation to present to your client on how you propose tosolve the problem. e.g. power-point, adobe, etc.
 
2 consultants, 2 clients (must ask questions prepared before-hand), 1 helper/timekeeper
f) TALKSHOW/ FORUM
From the tutorial problem, plan a talkshow or forum where members of the group play the role of discussants. Feel free to pretend to be professionals and experts e.g. professors, industy ‘big-wigs’, noted scholar, minister, etc. There must be one moderator. The discussion should revolvearound issues raised by the tutorial question.

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