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Subject Title
Business Law for Managers
Subject Code
LAW201A
Assessment Title
Real Life Court Scenario (G)
Graduate Capabilities
a. Professional Expertise
b. Innovative Problem Solving
c. Skilled Collaboration
d. Agile Leadership
Learning Outcome/s (found in the
Subject Outline)
a. Explain the main features of the Australian and other relevant
national legal systems.
b. Appraise the impact of the current legal system on a wide
c. Analyse the ethical implications of legal decisions.
Assessment type (group or
individual)
Group
Weighting %
45%
Duration
8-10 minutes
Due day
Monday at 11:55pm Week 12
Submission type
Student Declaration and Powerpoint link on Turnitin ☒
Format / Layout of Assessment
Report and Presentation:
Powerpoint with voiceover
Turnitin (Report only)
Peer review (group presentation)
Reference List
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Assessment instructions
The purpose of this assessment to prepare a group Powerpoint
presentation with voiceover on one of the topics to be selected from a
variety of legal scenarios below.
You are to select one (1) of the following scenarios and present your
arguments as part of a moot court presentation. In doing so, your group
should be divided in two in order that one side presents the plaintiff’s
arguments and the other side presents the defendant’s arguments.
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Scenario 1:
Bill and his family are visiting Sydney for the weekend. They live in
Victoria and decide to have a week away during the summer holidays.
They stay at the Shangri-La Hotel and as part of their package, receive
a buffet lunch each day. On their second day at the hotel, Bill slipped
on some grapes that were on the floor near the lunch buffet. As a result
of the slip, Bill broke his ankle and was required to undergo surgery. He
was off work for a period of 2 months and was unable to earn an income.
Bill is suing for the total sum of $150,000. At the time of the fall, Bill
reported the incident to the banquet manager who indicated they were
not sure how long the grapes had been on the floor before the slip
occurred. The incident report also noted Bill had consumed a number
of glasses of wine before the slip.
Representing Bill as the plaintiff and the Shangri-La Hotel as the
defendant, you are to make arguments to the Court as to who is liable
in negligence for Bill’s injuries. You should argue the case referring to
the relevant legislation and any case law. You should also identify the
relevant jurisdiction in which the claim is brought.
Scenario 2:
Suction Ltd is a company that specialises in selling vacuum cleaners.
As part of its sales and marketing plan the salespeople commence by
making phone calls to consumers who are selected from its customer
database. The customers selected are elderly and from non-English
speaking backgrounds. The Suction representatives who make the
telephone calls follow a script during the call, in which they offer to have
a Suction representative visit the consumer’s home and conduct a ‘free
maintenance check’ on their vacuum cleaner. A Suction representative
telephones Maria, an elderly lady with limited English. She agrees for a
Suction representative to attend her home for a ‘free maintenance
check’. Once inside the home, Maria is convinced to purchase a new
Suction vacuum at the cost of $2,000. Once Maria’s daughter finds out,
she is very concerned as to her mother’s rights under the law.
Representing Maria as the plaintiff and Suction as the defendant, you
are to make arguments to the Court as to who may be liable under the
law. You should have reference to relevant legislation and any case
law. You should also identify the relevant jurisdiction in which the claim
is brought.
Scenario 3:
Claudia has been employed in a full-time capacity with a local events
management company, Events Co. for 3 years. During that time, she
has excelled in her job and secured a number of promotions. However,
during the past 3 years, Claudia has never received any annual leave
entitlements, sick leave entitlements and has not been paid
superannuation. She is often required to work a minimum of 65 hours
per week. She thinks she is underpaid.
Last week, Claudia told her boss she was pregnant. The next day,
Claudia was called into the boss’ office and told she was fired for not
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performing well. Two days ago, Claudia saw her job advertised. In the
job advertisement, it said “only males should apply for this position”.
Representing Claudia as the plaintiff and Events Co. as the defendant,
you are to make arguments to the Court as to whether Claudia has any
recourse under the law. You should have reference to relevant
legislation and case law. You should also identify the relevant
jurisdiction in which the claim is brought.
This is a group assessment. You will be required to complete a Peer
Evaluation as part of this assessment.
The moot court presentation should be between 8 – 10 minutes.
Readings for the assessment
Legislation available at: www.austlii.edu.au
Grading Criteria / Rubric
See attached below
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Assessment 3 Report and Moot Court Presentation – Marking Rubric
Criteria
HD
(85-100)
D
(75-84)
CR
(65-74)
PASS
(50-64)
FAIL
(0-49)
Content
(Weighting 50 %) 
Presentation identifies the
correct Court, jurisdictional
limits, Court etiquette and
advocacy styles. Presentation
correctly identifies the correct
jurisdiction to commence
litigation, confidently and
persuasively builds arguments
that are consistent with legal
principles and incorporates
binding precedent to
arguments. The report and
presentation are highly
focused and coherently
integrates examples from the
course readings and/or other
research, evidence of deep
analysis with rich discussions
and arguments.
Presentation largely identifies
the correct Court,
jurisdictional limits, Court
etiquette and advocacy styles.
Presentation correctly
identifies the correct
jurisdiction to commence
litigation, confidently builds
arguments that are consistent
with legal principles. The
report and presentation are
well focused with arguments
and discussion being mostly
based on examples from
course readings with some
other research.
Presentation attempts to
identify the correct Court,
jurisdictional limits, Court
etiquette and advocacy styles.
Presentation may identify the
correct jurisdiction to
commence litigation, builds
arguments that are mostly
consistent with legal
principles. The report and
arguments show focus and
demonstrates evidence of
some discussion and
arguments but may be mostly
descriptive in direct response
to the prompt.
Presentation attempts to
identify the correct Court,
jurisdictional limits, Court
etiquette and advocacy styles
although one or more of
these may be incorrect.
Presentation may identify the
correct jurisdiction but
arguments are not largely
consistent with legal
principles. The report and
arguments may lack focus
and have a tendency to re
hash the work of others
without making significant
additions.
Presentation demonstrates a
shallow grasp of the material
and key elements of the
Court system and legal
principles. The group does
not demonstrate grasp of the
content and has difficulty
providing a report and
presentation relevant to the
topic.
Research
(Weighting 10%) 
Utilises and relies on the
correct legislation including
subsections and a range of
precedents in support of
arguments.
Utilises the correct legislation
and relevant precedents in
support of arguments.
Utilises the correct legislation
in support of arguments.
May identify some of the
correct legislation in support
of arguments.
Does not identify any correct
legislation in support of
arguments.
Presentation
(Weighting 25%)
Arguments are presented
imaginatively, articulately,
confidently and persuasively.
Consistently applies the
correct Court etiquette and
rules when presenting
arguments and addressing the
Arguments are presented
articulately and confidently.
Largely applies the correct
Court etiquette and rules
when presenting arguments
and addressing the Court.
Tenders evidence consistent
Arguments are presented
clearly, Attempts to apply the
correct Court etiquette and
rules where presenting
arguments and addressing
the Court. Pace is appropriate
to audience.
Arguments are presented
satisfactorily. Applies some of
the correct Court etiquette
and rules where addressing
the Court. Pace is satisfactory
most of the time.
Arguments are not presented
clearly. Arguments are
difficult to understand. Does
not grasp Court etiquette
and/or rules.
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Court. Tenders creative
evidence consistent with
arguments. Pace is appropriate
to audience.
with arguments. Pace is
appropriate to audience.
Group Work
(Weighting 15%) 
Group collaboration is evident,
with individual stories finding
voice within the group’s
presentation.
Group collaboration is evident
through the synthesis of
individual stories.
Group collaboration is
evident in the creation of a
cohesive presentation.
Group work may be focussed
on cooperation rather than
collaboration.
Limited or without evidence
of input from all group
members.

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