PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO WORD COUNT -1250 MAX TMA03- W102 TMA 03 consists of two questions. You are expected to answer all questions in this TMA. The word limit for TMA 03 is a maximum of 1250 words. Remember, all the words you use to answer the questions, including quotations and citations, count. You should use the mark allocation for each question as a guide to the number of words required as follows: Questions Question 1 Artificial intelligence (AI) and other advances in technology in legal practice remove significant barriers associated with obtaining access to justice in England and Wales. Consider, in light of the above statement, the advantages and disadvantages that such technology brings in solving problems associated with access to justice. (85 marks) Question 2 Legal Skills 3 provides guidance on the four main stages involved in essay writing: preparation, planning, drafting and polishing. Explain how you prepared and planned your answer for Question 1 in this TMA. (15 marks) Please ensure that you read the learning outcomes and the advice given for these questions. Learning outcomes TMA 03 tests the following learning outcomes: Knowledge and understanding: • demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of the issues that surround machine intelligence in legal practice and any potential advantages and disadvantages for solving problems associated with access to justice. Skills: • interpret and describe legal principles and authority in a logical and coherent way • present and structure information clearly and accurately using language appropriate for the intended audience • reflect, assess and learn from your own studies. Question 1 This is an essay question, and you should refer to the advice on answering essay questions provided in Section of the Assessment Guide and the dedicated section of Legal Skills 3. When approaching the question you should refer to Section of the Assessment Guide. This section refers to the process word ‘consider’. It is crucial to interpret these words accurately in order to answer questions correctly (see also Section of Legal Skills 3). Make sure that your answer is structured correctly with an introduction, main body and conclusion, as described in Section of the Assessment Guide and Legal Skills 3. Unit 13: The civil justice system and access to justice and Unit 14: The law, legal practice and the rise of the machines contain the content you will use for this answer. You have also encountered materials in other units relevant to this question and you can draw on these units when writing your answer, if you wish. You are not required to consider any ethical concerns about the use of machines that do not relate to the issue of access to justice. So, for example, you are not expected to consider the impact of technology on jobs within the legal profession In answering this question, you should: • present your answer using a logical structure • write clearly, and in your own words • explain what is meant by AI and other advances in technology used in legal practice • provide an overview of the main barriers associated with obtaining access to justice in England and Wales • consider the value of AI and other advances in technology used in legal practice to remove the barriers that you have discussed • consider any potential disadvantages of AI with obtaining access to justice • provide a clear conclusion to the question. Question 2 Legal Skills 3 provides guidance on the four main stages involved in essay writing: preparation, planning, drafting and polishing. Question 2 asks you to explain how you prepared and planned your answer for Question 1 in this TMA. Before attempting this question, it is advisable to revisit the essay writing guidance provided in Legal Skills 3 and reflect on how you prepared and planned your answer to Question 1. You might like to include references to the Legal Skills 3 material in your answer, if appropriate. When explaining how you have used these stages you should make sure that you provide clear examples to show how you applied these stages in practice. Your answer should clearly address both the preparation and planning stages.