Учебно-методическое обеспечение и информационное обеспечение дисциплины




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ROLE PLAY 2

“Hearing the Case in a Civil Court”


Situation: The case of establishing affiliation and paying maintenance is heard in the county court of Lancashire. Two women accidentally found out that they were simultaneously in the common-law marriage with one and the same man, Mr Peter Bradley, a well-to-do banker. As they state, both of them have a child from him. The court considers claims/suits of both women. The first woman’s claim is to make their marriage legal in court order, to admit Mr Bradley’s paternity of her child. The other woman’s claim is to admit Mr Bradley’s paternity of her child and to prescribe paying proper maintenance of 1500pounds per month…


Play participants: Peter Darby, county judge

Dr Frank Stevens, the plaintiffs’ barrister

Mary Graham and Dora West, plaintiffs

Mr Peter Bradley, defendant

Mr Brick, Count magistrate (from the community)

Taking part in the play as acting characters of a civil case, give proof of your point of view, in particular:

  1. Barrister Ted Carter insists on complete satisfying his clients’ demands and also insists on Mr Bradley’s moral public blame / possibly some other kind of responsibility. Ted Carter gives his arguments…

  2. Plaintiff Mary Graham is not so aggressive and she thinks her claim may be satisfied with admitting the paternity by the defendant. She is ready to forgive him and even register officially their matrimony in future…

  3. Plaintiff Dora West is in an aggressive mood and, in addition to legal claims, she insists on punishing the defendant,,, mainly, prescribing paying maintenance of 1500 pounds per month…

  4. Defendant Mr Peter Bradley agrees / does not agree to satisfy the material claims of the plaintiffs (or one of them). He admits / denies the paternity of Mary Graham’s daughter. He denies Dora West’s claim / suit and demands a medical examination concerning establishing his paternity of Dora West’s daughter…

  5. Ted Carter, the defendant’s barrister, insists on his client’s behalf on a medical examination in order to identify the paternity according to Dora West’s suit. His arguments are the following: some new facts have been found out that Dora West was intimate with several men, including an employee of the National Bank, where Mr Bradley works… Taking into account a number of facts, Ted Carter agrees to satisfy Mary Graham’s claim, but as to Dora West’s suit, the barrister asks the court to hold an extra inquiry…

  6. County judge Peter Darby asks the plaintiffs, the defendant, the barristers a number of questions and makes a decision:

  1. To satisfy / not to satisfy Mary Graham’s claim…;

  2. Not to satisfy Dora West’s suit and to make an extra medical examination in order to establish paternity of her daughter by Mr Bradley / to hold an extra hearing in a month / to satisfy the suit partially…

  1. Mr Brick held a press conference after the court sitting and stated his general approval of the decision of the county court and also marked Mr Bradley’s behaviour was morally wrong…

ROLE PLAY 3


Lawyers’ Study”

Situation: an experienced barrister, a member of Barrister’s Bar, holds talks with a group of graduates from Law College of Oxford University who are preparing to pass one of special examinations of the Law Society to be ranked solicitors. The talk is of easy nature in order to clarify the comprehension of some points of law.


Party participants: (SJD) Mr Daniel King, member of Barrister’s Bar, Doctor of Judicial

Science

Lawyers – graduates from Law College of Oxford University:

Catherine Rosen

Mary Fletch

George Mitchell

Jacob Benson

Taking part in the play as acting characters, you can add, evolve or specify any statement of the young lawyers, in particular:

  1. Mr Daniel King, “I’d like to hear your opinion on a number of questions, which are of professional interest:

  • How do you appreciate the efficiency of rendering privileged or free legal aid?

  • Is the increasing practice of prisoners on parole / put on probation proved or not?

  • Don’t you think there is some pressure from the executive branch on the judiciary?

  • Is the established practice of some solicitors dealing with certain types of criminal cases proved or not from your viewpoint?

  • Does the established situation of getting barrister and solicitor’s rank suit you?”

  1. Catherine Rosen, “I’d express my opinion on all mentioned questions, and I want everybody to participate, but we know you are pressed for time. That’s why I’ll express my opinion on the first problem. Privileged or free legal aid has been rendered for about ten years in England and Scotland yet. It’s impossible to overestimate its effectiveness. Only within the last year the legal aid in carrying on 145,000 civil and 42,000 criminal cases was rendered by solicitors and barristers. Under the recommendation of the Legal Aid Board to the poor 17 most experienced barristers took part in a number of most spectacular trials. I consider it a great public achievement. I also appreciate the work of the special legal aid fund, from which the payments of lawyers are made.”

  2. Mary Fletch speaks about prisoners on probation, “I am in two minds. Although, according to statistical data, only in 17 out of 100 such releases people on probation commit repeated crimes. I think, not everything is quite safe here. In my opinion, it’s necessary to evolve an acting law, to make the commissions’ activities tougher, to engage experts-psychiatrists in a number of cases…”

  3. George Mitchell, “The question of the executive branch pressure on the judiciary (I mean judges, barristers, solicitors, jurors…) is a very difficult one. To my mind, it shows itself openly nowhere… Though sometimes in connection with spectacular trials upon drug dealers and big financial speculations some mean facts are risen to the surface in press… But nevertheless to consider it a phenomenon is too early…”

  4. Jacob Benson, “I think, reasonable specialization is proved, because a lawyer can gain great experience… But at the same time it’s simply inadmissible to concentrate on a certain type of criminal cases (e.g. embezzlements only) – one can lose his qualifications… As far as the training system of both solicitors and barristers is concerned, it is rather complicated, but it fully proves itself… We’ll pass exams and have a two-year practice and then we will ask you to meet us again…”



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