Subject of the Assignment The subject of the assignment is a self-regulated profession in Saskatchewan. Self-regulated professions are governed by statute and a regulatory body which oversees licensing, education, standards and competencies and discipline. Purpose of the Assignment The purpose of the assignment is to give you a better understanding of how self-regulated professions are governed in Saskatchewan, how the public is protected, and the responsibilities and liabilities established by statute of a specific profession. Just as importantly, it is an opportunity for you to develop skills in legal writing, including how to cite statutes and cases, how to logically lay out a legal argument, carefully define terms and concepts, and research information to support your legal analysis. Format and of the Assignment Please use headings in formatting your paper. This is not optional! The paper should be no fewer than 6 pages and no more than 9 pages. Times New Roman, 12 point font. Please do not use another font size or style. Double spaced. You must use page numbers (bottom/centre of the page) in your paper. Please include a separate Title Page and a separate Reference List. Do NOT begin the Appendices on the same page as the Reference List. Each appendix is on a separate page: i.e. one appendix would refer to the enabling statute, perhaps another appendix refers to the profession’s, Code of Ethics/ Conduct, another may refer to specific information about the profession, etc. Appendices: You must use an Appendix for provisions (sections) of statutes to which you refer in the paper. There must be a full legal citation at the top of the page, under the title “Appendix A”. If you use a case, you must make a separate Appendix, labelled “Appendix B”, and also include the full legal citation at the top of the page. Please use APA for citations. Do not use footnotes or end notes. You must use the appropriate case and statute citations. There are hundreds of examples in the text. Remember that the name of the statute and the case is always italicized. All Saskatchewan statutes are cited with “R.S.S.” (Revised Statutes of Saskatchewan) or “S.S. (Statutes of Saskatchewan) in their title. Following the title, the jurisdiction, the year of enactment, there are letters and numbers which are the specific legal descriptors of the statute: e.g. The Consumer Protection Act, S,S, 1996, c. C-30.1 This identifies the statute specifically. This is the full legal citation of that statute. Specific sections or provisions in a statute are denoted by a section number in the statute. E.g. s. 25(1)(e). This is read as “Section 25, subsection (1)(e)”. Don’t use a capital S for a section number. If you are beginning a sentence with a reference to a section number, write out the word “Section”. Content of the Assignment The assignment should include the following information: An Introduction describing the profession you have chosen, its enabling statute and the name of the regulatory body which governs that profession. A description of the statute which governs the profession in Saskatchewan, using the proper legal citation. The mission and value statements for the profession as seen on the regulatory body’s website. The regulatory body’s mandate and purpose. A description of the activities of the profession. The organization’s website URL and a brief description of the site. The public complaints process. A description of what constitutes misconduct or incompetence in that profession. Find the relevant sections of the Act. The discipline procedures for the professional, with reference to specific sections of the enabling statute, regarding disciplinary processes. The penalties for infractions, and A description of the Code of Conduct or Code of Ethics of the profession. Research Required You have to do some research to find the statute which governs the profession and the regulatory body for that profession IN SASKATCHEWAN. This is a required part of the assignment. Please pay careful attention to the statute you cite; it must be the relevant statute for Saskatchewan, not another province or country. NB: I tell you this specifically because students have written about such off-topic regulations as how lawyers in Wales, Great Britain and fire-fighters in Montreal, Quebec are regulated. No, I am not kidding. I am sorry but that is an automatic 0/5 grade. So, please watch the jurisdiction of the information you are accessing. Include a separate List of References and format your research sources properly, especially statutes and cases. Submitting the Paper You must submit a print copy of the assignment at the beginning of class, on the due date, and an electronic copy by email, with appendices, on URCourses as a Word or PDF attachment, at the same time. Attach an Appendix with relevant sections of the enabling statute to both the PRINT AND ONLINE versions of the paper. Thank you.
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