12 Law Independent Learning Tasks CHECKLIST

1. 3-point personal philosophyMy example -- a) hard work is a path to fulfillment b) people, places, & planet before profit c) balance is brought by a healthy mix of cooperation & competition.

2. The "Core Legal Terms" <https://www.socialglobalstudies.com/LAW%2012/chapter1and2keyterms.pdf>. Just write out a single sentence definition of each term by researching the web (draw from credible sources).

3. Work through the "Introductory Legal Philosophy Reading" <https://www.socialglobalstudies.com/legalphilosophyintroreading.pdf> and decide which one of the CORE 4 theories is best suited to judge Simon.  I recommend making summary notes on the CORE 4 legal theories (pp.1 to 3 and p. 13) … by this I mean, write down what you see as the 3 most important ideas at the core of each of the 4 legal theories. Some of those ideas might be about how theories are different or similar to each other. On p. 8 assign each statement to one of the 4 legal theories (i.e., which theory does each statement best describe). Finally, read the case brief R. v. Dudley & Stephens on pp. 14 and 15 (notice some of the similarities to Simon and Joe's case). What legal theories were used to decide the case at different levels of court? What theory do you see as the most appropriate to judge such a case? Was the final outcome just?

4.  Work on EVALUATION 1 Jackson Case Analysis for SUBMISSION.

1.  Read the "International Law Foundational Reading" (students received a paper copy / also available on the unit 2 webpage).  Pay particular attention to and make summary notes on the following -- SOURCES of IL / CONCEPTS of IL / ICJ BACKGROUNDER (page numbered as 11).

2.  Complete the ICJ Case Sign-Up on the project page <https://www.socialglobalstudies.com/icjcasebriefmap.htm>.

3.  Complete your analysis of your assigned case A to F on immunity (materials needed posted on the Unit 2 webpage under "PART 5 Diplomatic Relations".  This includes finishing the 2 deliverables on the large 11 x 17 green paper (i.e., mapping out the case fact pattern and immunities / privileges at play & generating a ratio for the case).

4.  Work on EVALUATION 2 ICJ Case Brief for SUBMISSION <https://www.socialglobalstudies.com/icjcasebriefmap.htm>.

5.  Complete your GREEN Map of the South China Sea Claims, UNCLOS Core Principle, and Definitions (all content is on the Unit 2 webpage under the South China Sea Case Study).

6.  Read the BACKGROUNDER on Humanitarian Intervention and R2P <Humanitarian Intervention & Responsibility to Protect Doctrine> and write down the BIG IDEA about R2P from each subheading of the reading.
Fisheries dispute in Nova Scotia turns violent
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (The Current)
1.  LISTEN to the PODCAST on the LEFT titled "Fisheries dispute in Nova Scotia turns violent." (19:59 minutes)

MAKE NOTES ON THE FOLLOWING and be ready to discuss on the virtual class tomorrow (Wednesday 21 October 2020 from 1:35 to 2:35 p.m.) --

a)  Describe the nature of the dispute (think fact pattern).

b)  Guest 1 -- CBC Journalist Nic Meloney

     i) According to Nic Meloney, what is the Marshall Case about?
     ii)  What is the significance of the phrase "moderate livelihood" to the dispute?

c)  Guest 2 -- President of the Bay of Fundy Inshore Fisherman's Association Colin Sproul

     i)  How do Colin Sproul's comments add to our understanding of the Marshall Case
         and its significance to this dispute?
     ii)  What does Colin Sproul mean when he says, "every successful negotiation ends
         with everyone going home angry"?
     iii)  Describe Colin Sproul's comments about "systemic racism and conservation."
     iv)  What role does government play in this dispute?

d)  Guest 3 -- Cheryl Maloney from the Sipekne'katik First Nation

     i)  According to Cheryl Maloney what is really going on in this dispute?
     ii)  What is Cheryl Maloney's interpretation of the Marshall Case and in particular
         "conservation" and "moderate livelihood"?
     iii)  What 3 things does Cheryl Maloney want from the Nova Scotia Government?

e)  Find a case brief of the Marshall Case online and read it (hint -- search "Marshall
    Treaty Case LLP or Marshall Treaty Case Brief").  Generate a RATIO for the case (what 
     does the case stand for / what does the case decide).