LAW AND FILM
Module Assessment Form
[you can expand the form as you write]
- Working title
- Abstract (outline the main themes of the essay, refer to any relevant sources of law, authors and case – no more than 250 words.)
- Six Indicative references (Books, articles, chapters in books [with the full citation see module guide]– no websites)
INTELECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
Instructions to Students:
PLEASE NOTE: Assessments MUST be properly referenced and MUST include a bibliography. Adequacy of referencing will form part of the marking criteria.
NB 1: This form of assessment requires the students to analyse the
Law, not simply to state what the law is. The examiners will look for clarity,
Accuracy, depth of analysis and completeness. The arguments should be
Logically structured and backed up with appropriate authority, i.e. the
Statutory provision or the relevant case.
Scholarly commentary can also be used to support or explore various arguments, or to discuss a wider issue of law or policy that is relevant to the question.
Critically examine the legal issues involved when a trader sells clothing bearing an image of a famous person, with reference to the judgment of the case of Fenty & Ors v Arcadia Group Brands Ltd