- You are required to write a case note based on the report of R v Taj  EWCA Crim 1743,  2 WLR 380,  QB 655 and to submit the case note.
GUIDANCE ON WRITING YOUR CASE NOTE
Your case note represents YOUR summarized version of the full judgment of the case. You want it to be a case note – that is substantially shorter than the original – but you also need it to be comprehensive – that is to cover all the points you need to understand and recall.
How long or short your case note is will depend on the way you summarize the case and what you deem to be the important legal principles from the case. It follows that your case note should be as long as you need it to be
You are expected to be very familiar with the judgment in R v Taj  EWCA Crim 1743,  2 WLR 380,  QB 655 and to be able to explain the judicial reasoning in the case.
The total marks received on the case note will depend on the overall quality and accuracy of the candidate’s understanding of the full judgment of the given case as reflected in the way the judgment is summarized by the candidate in writing of the case note.
Your case note should include:
- Case name and citation
- Court and judges
- Material facts
- Question(s)of law/issue(s)
- Detailed reasons for the decision
- The ratio decidendi
The next page contains an EXAMPLE of a case note based on the case of Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company  1 QB 256.
Note: the comments at the footnote in the example given are NOT part of the case note but explanatory notes included to assist you in understanding the structure/format of a case note.
Your case note should NOT include any footnotes or bibliography.
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