Cambridge A2 Law (9084) Essay Guide #1: Misrepresentation
What you'll learn
- Students will be able to write their academic essays for their exams confidently as my guides will give them ideas and teach them how to write confidently.
- Students will be able to write their essays in a more critical manner, thereby scoring them higher marks in tests and examinations.
- Students will be able to know how to add more details contents into their answers so that their essays, thereby earning them credit for their examinations.
- Students should be well prepared for their Cambridge A2 Law examinations with my guidance
- You should have some basic knowledge of the Cambridge A2 Law (9084) syllabus, i.e Contract Law.
- Books that I would usually refer to are the core textbooks: Cambridge International AS and A Level Law by Jacqueline Martine, Jayne Fry & Tim Wilshire, and Contract Law by Catherine Elliott & Frances Quinn
- You should have some basic knowledge of the exam structures for the A2 Papers Three and Paper Four
Udemy Course #3: A Level Law (9084/33), Paper Three, May/June 2021, Question Six (Contract Law: Misrepresentation)
The question covered in this course:
Giles is an experienced dairy farmer who advertises his farm for sale. He is contacted by Brown who visits the farm, examines the accounts up to the previous year and concludes that Giles’s business is profitable. However, Giles does not tell Brown that income has recently declined since some of his customers have stopped buying his milk as they have found cheaper sources of supply elsewhere.
Following a recent storm, a builder advises Giles that the milking shed roof is in a dangerous condition and needs replacing immediately. When Brown asks whether the milking shed is in good repair, Giles says it is.
Brown wants to diversify the business further and asks Giles if the land near the river would be suitable for growing fruit. Giles replies that it is.
Brown buys the farm and suffers a financial loss in the first year of trading because he cannot find new customers for the milk. He spends £20 000 on repairing the milking shed and the fruit trees fail to grow because the land is too wet.
Advise Brown of any rights he may have against Giles. 
In this course I will be giving you a step-by-step guide on how to write an academic legal essay for examination purposes. As I go through the steps to build content in the essay, I will also go through some of the details of the topics in question so that you will not just learn how to write an academic essay for the given topic, but also refresh or learn the contents of the topic again. After going through the content guide of any given essay answer, I will then endeavour to provide you with a sample essay on the question that we have gone through. I will also then guide you through the essay itself, explaining the intricacies of each paragraph so that you can get an idea on how to write your own legal academic essay.
This course will be suitable for anyone looking to prepare themselves for their written law examinations. The course is suitable for those doing their UK legal degrees or Cambridge A Level Law (9084) examinations. Although my course is designed for A Level Law students, but the whole academic-writing tutorial will be suitable for anyone who is looking to write an academic essay for law.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who is finding it difficult to write an academic essay for examination purposes, or anyone who is just looking to improve their essay-writing skills and knowledge so that they can do better in exams.
- Anyone who is looking to learn, or even refresh their knowledge about the topics in the syllabus as I will not just be giving essay tutorials but also the details of each topics covered.
- Anyone who is looking for an actual essay sample.
- Anyone who is looking for a good, or bad essay sample, because other than going through my own model answers, I will also be reviewing student answers, whether they be good or bad essay answers so that students can learn about what to do or not do in an academic essay.
I am an A Level Law teacher with more than 10 years experience teaching in various educational institutions. I have graduated from the University of London with both an LLB (Hons) and an LLM in Human Rights Laws. Through my years of teaching experience I have taught students of varying background, set examination questions and marking papers.
My courses deal specifically with CAIE's A Level Law essay practice for both AS and A2 papers. Here I will give a step-by-step guide as to how to write a good Law essay specifically for A Level. What I will do in this step-by-step video is to share with you the detailed contents of a good essay answer that addresses the examination questions most effectively so as to score you the highest mark for your examination of the paper. The detailed contents of the essay will, of course, be accompanied by my explanation as to how and what I am doing in the essay answer so as to help you to write your own essays better.