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Review of the Learning Outcomes for Week 3, and the course

Review of the Learning Outcomes for Week 3, and the course
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Congratulations! You have successfully reached the end of the course.

Looking firstly and the Week 3 Learning Outcomes, you can now:

  • Explain how the Rule of Law protects those who are accused of a crime
  • Understand the meaning of human rights, and how the Judiciary of the UK uphold the Rule of Law by protecting human rights
  • Identify potential breaches of the Rule of Law by examining some examples

Looking at the Course Learning Outcomes, you are now able to:

  • Describe the different definitions of the Rule of Law
  • Evaluate which definition of the Rule of Law you prefer
  • Explain how the Judiciary are separate from the Executive
  • Explain how the Judiciary uphold the Rule of Law using judicial review and human rights law
  • Reflect on the effectiveness of the Judiciary in upholding the Rule of Law

There are a couple of further steps to attempt, including a survey (link below) and the Week quiz.

https://app.keysurvey.co.uk/f/41649754/f69c/

We hope that you have enjoyed your studies on this course, and would encourage you to continue to find out more about this fascinating and important area of law.

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