Good evening all Social Theory students,
Well, it’s not long until the exam. You will all be studying at the moment. I hope it is going well. Please arrive early for your exam on Wednesday at 9.30am.
I want to remind you that there are three sections in the exam, as we discussed in the last lecture (20 marks for each part):
Part A – multiple choice and short answer (covers the whole course): answer on the exam paper
Part B – essay ( choose one from options about Natural Law and Legal Positivism): answer in the booklet provided
Part C – essay (choose one from options about Legal Realism and Critical Legal Studies, Feminist Legal Theory and Critical Race Theory): answer in the booklet provided
There is possibly a rumor going around that I have cancelled some sections of the course: that’s not true. The exam will cover all sections of the course: Natural Law, Legal Positivism, Legal Realism and Critical Legal Studies (including FLT and CRT).
If you have any questions, please email me or register with this blog and post a comment . If you register and leave a reply here, it will show up on this page, below this post. You are most welcome to do that if you wish.
If you really need to see me, I will be at university tomorrow (Tuesday between 10.00-2.00) and just before/just after those times.
If it’s an emergency, you can call me as a last resort - I gave out my mobile number in the final lecture.
I want to wish you all the best with your studies. Please read the slideshow that I posted under the final lecture for some advice on studying. Please do not memorize whole essays. Make sure that your essay answers the question. Try to say what you really think in your essay – not just what you have memorized from a slide.
All the best.