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Aviation Law Research Project: Selecting a Critical Topic and Title

Examples of Topics for Research

What am I required to do in this assignment?


This assessment takes the form of an independent research project. In order to complete the assessment, you are asked to select a topic from those which we have discussed in class and to devise a research title which you will explore and discuss through your assessment.


You must notify your title to your unit coordinator and seek approval before writing. Examples of topics you may like to explore are:


•  The Provisions of the Montreal Convention 1999

•  The impact of carbon emissions trading on the airline industry

•  The provisions in international law relating to shoot downs

•  Legal issues relating to “economy class syndrome”

•  EC261/2004 the Denied Boarding Regulations.


This list is not exhaustive and you may select a title for your assessment from any of those which we have discussed in class.

Your title should enable you to engage in a critical analysis and evaluation of a particular issue in Aviation Law and not simply be a description of the relevant legal provisions.


Therefore, it is essential that your title focuses on an area of law where the law is incomplete, contains anomalies or is as yet lacking in clarity and requires reform. Perhaps a particular area is covered by international law and while the law itself is clear, implementation of the law is subject to political will.


In order to support you with your preparation of the assessment all proposed topics for study with proposed title should be submitted to the Unit Co-ordinator for approval and comment. This will require you to have carried out a reasonable amount of research prior to this, to ensure that your title is well thought out and will meet the required standards of a level 6 assessment.


Students must ensure that their submission demonstrates research from a wide variety of sources and must demonstrate a critical awareness of the subject matter. For further guidance, please see the below UIF extract.

University policy allows you to exceed the word count by a maximum of 10%. There is no penalty for insufficient words; however, assessments substantially under the word limit are unlikely to have engaged in sufficient consideration of the issues and as such are unlikely to achieve a high mark.

You are reminded that this assignment represents a significant risk in terms of plagiarism and the commission of an academic offence. You must make use of the OSCOLA referencing system when drafting your assignment answer. You must take great care to avoid the commission of an academic offence by the unreferenced copying, reproducing or paraphrasing of the work of another.


All written assignments are submitted electronically and checked for originality through Turnitin.


In addition, should any doubt arise as to whether the written work submitted for assessment is your own work, you will be called by the Unit Co-ordinator for the purpose of a viva voce examination on the assessment. Please consult the course handbook on BREO, in connection with plagiarism and academic offences. If in doubt you should seek guidance from your lecturer in class.

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