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LAWS 1000

PASS MOCK EXAMFOR PRACTICE ONLYCourseLaws 1000Dates and locations of mock exam takeupIMPORTANT It is most beneficial to you to write this mock midterm UNDER EXAM CONDITIONS This means 1 Complete the midterm in 2 hours 2 Work on your own 3 Keep your notes and textbook closed 4 Attempt every question After the time limit go back over your work with a different colour or on a separate piece of paper and try to do the questions you are unsure of Record your ideas in the margins to remind yourself of what you were thinking when you take it up at PASS The purpose of this mock exam is to give you practice answering questions in a timed setting and to help you to gauge which aspects of the course content you know well and which are in need of further development and review Use this mock exam as a learning tool in preparing for the actual exam not your only means of studying GOOD LUCK1Which of the following is a NOT one of the three aspects of the Rule of law described by AV DiceyaLaw must be applied equally transpersonalizedbNo one is above the lawcLaws are duly generated by constitutional authority dProtection of minorities2Which of the following is NOT an argument posed by Mcthenia and Shaffer in their article For ReconciliationaConflicts take place in community and are not limited to the individual partiesbLaw does not equal justicecCourt processes formally balance inequalitiesdResolution must give way to reconciliation3The province of Ontario attempts to pass criminal law legislation This is an example of whataParliamentary supremacybIntra Vires jurisdictioncUltra Vires jurisdictiondInterJurisdictional Immunity4Which of the following is NOT one of Nils Christies critiques of modern legal systemsaLawyers steal conflictbCriticizes the assumption that formal legal dispute resolution through the courts is better than informal types of resolution cThe victim gets left out of dispute resolution in the criminal systemdConflict is disruptive to society and should therefore be minimized5The new test of harm established in R v Labaye dictates that you must prove which of the followingaThe conduct at issue causes harm or presents a significant risk of harm to individuals or society in a way that undermines or threatens to undermine a value reflected in and formallyendorsed through the Canadian Charter of Rights and FreedomsbThe conduct at issue must be conform to what we would allow other Canadians to be exposed tocThat the harm or risk is of a degree that is incompatible with the proper functioning of societydAll of the aboveeBoth a and c6Which of the following is considered a disadvantage of the Marxist approachaImmoral law may still be valid law bInequality is limited to only economic inequalitycNo coherent vision of what the law ought to bedNo firm agreement as to how law should be understood or how law should be addressed7Which of the follow best describes Critical Legal StudiesaLaw maintains patriarchybReveals the fundamental illusions on which the legal system is built and maintainedcLaw maintains a system of racial and gender inequalitiesdLaw can be determined through human reason8Which of the following is NOT a component of the proportionality test developed in R v OakesaLaw must be carefully crafted to achieve objective and not be arbitrarybLaw must have a proportionality between effects of the measure and objectivecLaw must impair the right as little as possibledLaw must be interpreted using the doctrine of parliamentary supremacy 9Durkheim discussed two types of solidarityand aRepressive optimisticbMechanical organic
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