To meet this Outcome you will need to show that you can undertake research into the law (e.g. statute, case law) and apply your findings from that research to a matter you are dealing with.
In your logbook sheets you should identify a situation in which you needed to undertake legal research, briefly explain the law you researched, the sources you used and how you applied your findings from that research to the matter you were dealing with.
You should attach supporting evidence of both the research you carried out and having applied the research to the matter you were dealing with (e.g. a letter to third party or attendance note of verbal advice provided to client).
Examples may come from different types of legal work as shown by following the links below:
Remember to read the guidance in the work-based learning handbook for each outcome to make sure you meet the criteria fully.
If you applied the law to a specific matter and advised the client in writing or verbally, you could possibly use this evidence towards meeting the following Outcomes:
If you applied the law when you represented your client’s position to a third party, you could possibly use the evidence towards meeting the following Outcome: