Justis One highlights where the case you have selected is mentioned in the judgment.
This allows you to read around the section to see how they have linked or distinguished the two cases, enabling you to see how the law has evolved.
It must summarise (very briefly) every important idea you have discussed in your work as well as draw conclusions based upon the evidence you have presented.
You need to make sure that you have directly answered the question.
The bigger the size of the circle, the more common relationships between that case and your central case.
The ones around the outside of the circle are the citing cases; those that came after your central case which considered it in their judgments.
It is always useful to link your conclusions back to the essay title.
Link your conclusions back to the title – make sure you have directly answered the question and that your reader finishes your essay with a clear sense of your viewpoint on the topic (you must do this without saying 'I').
Furthermore, it is good practice to give a general analysis of a particular area of law before getting into the specifics.
For example, ‘the law in this area has become stricter since its statutory codification’ or ‘this area of law has often strived towards achieving fairness’.