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The relevance of classical contract law theory to modern contract law.
March 1, 2018
Personal Development Plan Employability Skills/Attitudes: 1. Business and client awareness: Understanding how a business works and the industry that it is in. Understanding a client’s business, their industry and their needs in order to provide client satisfaction. 2. Problem solving: Analysing facts and situations and applying creative thinking to develop appropriate solutions. 3. Communication skills: Communicating in a clear, structured and concise manner. Using words that are targeted to the audience. Listening and asking questions when appropriate. 4. Application of numeracy: An ability to use maths in a practical context e.g. calculating how much compensation a client may receive. 5. Application of IT: An ability to use IT skills such as word processing, spreadsheets, the internet and legal databases. 6. Team work: Working with others as part of a team and demonstrating the ability to listen, communicate, be pro-active and treat other team members with respect. 7. Self-management: Managing and organising your time by planning work to meet a deadline. 8. Enterprise: Being innovative, creative and using initiative. 9. Can-do approach: Developing a positive attitude including participation and contributing to group discussions and a desire to achieve results. Section 1: With reference to the employability skills and attitudes listed on page 1, which four key employability skills/attitudes will you need in order to be successful in your chosen career after university? For each skill/attitude that you identify, explain in detail why you will need this skill/attitude with reference to specific tasks and responsibilities you expect to carry out in this career. SECTION 2: For each employability skill/ attitude listed below, provide one example of how you have demonstrated the employability skill/attitude. Your examples may come from a variety of contexts such as work, hobby, pro-bono, society or academic. Your examples can be a positive or negative experience in demonstrating the employability skills/attitudes. Section 3: Explain why reflection is important and critically reflect on three of your experiences described in section 2. SECTION 4: How can you improve on your employability skills/attitudes in order to be successful in securing a job after university? SECTION 5: Set yourself five goals to help you to enter into your chosen career.
“The decision in Pennington v. Waine  EWCA Civ 227 is to be commended for bringing Equity back to its roots.” Discuss. (Graded 1st, Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) Standard)