Samuel has just graduated from the University of Business and has applied for a three week internship with a commercial law firm called London Law
Samuel has just found out that he has received an invitation to interview for an internship. Samuel is aware that if he impresses members of the various departments at London Law it may lead to a training contract at the firm. Samuel has been told by Deb, the HR Manager at London Law, that during the internship, the successful candidate would spend time in each of the following two departments: Employment Law and the Company Law Division. As part of the interview process, Samuel is given a set of questions. One question relates to the two departments in which he would work during his internship.
Samuel is asked the following:
1 Discuss the broad historical structure of UK Employment Law and indicate who you think UK Employment Law favours – either employers or employees (1000 words).
2 Discuss the fundamental features of the formation of the Company in the UK (1000 words).
Formatting and Layout
Please note the following when completing your written assignment:
1. Writing: Written in English in an appropriate business/academic style
2. Focus: Focus only on the tasks set in the assignment.
3. Document format: Report
4. Ensure a clear title, course, and name or ID number is on a cover sheet and a bibliography using Harvard referencing throughout is also provided.
5. Research: Research should use reliable and relevant sources of information e.g. academic books and journals that have been peer reviewed.
The use of a range of information sources is expected – academic books, peer reviewed journal articles, professional articles, press releases and newspaper articles, reliable statistics, company annual reports and other company information. All referencing should be in Harvard style.