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The question must be answered using vLex Justis as the sole resource.
Students must copy and paste the vLex Justis hyperlink of the page they used to gather the referenced information in their foot note.
A short description of how the functionality criteria was used must also be included in the footnote.
FUNCTIONALITY CRITERIA (you can use a criteria more than once)
Use of the ‘Browse Search’ function
Use of the ’Advanced Search’ function and search operators
Use of Secondary Sources
Use of the ‘Key Paragraph’ tool
Use of the ‘Citing Authorities’ tab (case law or legislation)
Use of ‘Cited In’ tab
Use of the ‘Precedent Map’ tab
Use of ‘Related Vincent’ tab
Use of a reported version of a case
/2 point for each criteria used
//section is worth a maximum of 10 points
If you used the “Precedent Map” tab for the case of Stack v Dowden  UKHL 17 to help you find the case Jones v Kernott  EWCA Civ 578 which you have cited in your answer, copy and paste the link for the vLex Justis webpage in your footnote along with a description of how you used the tool/page.
Final Footnote Example:
1 Jones v Kernott  EWCA Civ 578 at  (Lord Justice Wall)
https://justis.vlex.com/#search/jurisdiction:GB/Stack+v+Dowden/WW/vid/793739657/precedent_map (I used the precedent map tab from the case of Stack v Dowden  UKHL 17 to link out to Jones v Kernott  EWCA Civ 578 )
IDENTIFY: the legal principles relevant to the given problem and explain those principles.
EXPLAIN: how the legal principles have been interpreted supporting each by citing the proper authority (Case law, statute or academic argument).
APPLY: the law to the problem by demonstrating why those principles apply or do not apply. to the facts of Provide a convincing conclusion.
WRITING / GRAMMAR: present the case study with a logical flow and order with little to know grammatical errors.
//8 points in total
Email address: If your university/college does not provide you with an email address you can submit a proof of student status, such as an ID, or letter from your university when you submit your entry.