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Bachelor of Development Studies / Bachelor of Laws

Law Directed Course Change 2021 - LAWS5014/6019 International Human Rights Law. LAWS5014 International Human Rights Law was discontinued and replaced with LAWS6019 International Human Rights Law from 2021 onward. Students who have completed LAWS5014 are not be required to complete LAWS6019.

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University of Newcastle Law Students Association

(1 days ago) Since 1994, the University of Newcastle Law Students' Association (UNLSA) has promoted the interests of Newcastle law students within the University, the legal profession and the wider community. The UNLSA is an active student group participating in many legal competitions, including mooting, witness examination and negotiation, and

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Newcastle Law School Advisory Board

(9 days ago) Law School Advisory Board meetings are open to Newcastle Law School staff and may also include invited guests from time to time. Bronwyn Ambrogetti. Bronwyn Ambrogetti is the Managing Solicitor of the Hunter Community Legal Centre, a community legal centre based in Newcastle, providing free legal services to vulnerable and disadvantaged people

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Symposium: Evidence Based Law and Practice / Faculty of

(5 days ago) Being evidence-based means that law-and policy-making, and professional practices, are grounded in rigorous evidence of what is effective in achieving desired outcomes. The evidence-based movement in law is concerned with improving research and evaluation in all legal sectors, including legal education, legal practice, law-making and judging.

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Family Law (LAWS6017) / Course / The University of

(4 days ago) Law reform in family law and the relevance of interdisciplinary knowledge and research. Requisite This course is only available to students enrolled in the Juris Doctor/ Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice program, or in a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) combined program.

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Administrative Law (LAWS6007) / Course / The University of

(4 days ago) The study of Administrative Law involves examination of the legal rules and institutions through which government decision-making is authorised, controlled, and challenged. This course examines the legal principles that regulate the exercise of executive power by administrative agencies and officials, and the means by which administrative

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Bachelor of Social Science / Bachelor of Laws (Honours

(6 days ago) Changes to Law Core Courses - 2020. From 2020, the following Law core courses have been replaced as listed below: LAWS1001A and B replaced with LAWS1010 legal System and Method I and LAWS1020 Torts I; LAWS2001A and B replaced with LAWS2030 Criminal Law and Procedure and LAWS4001 Consitutional Law

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Child Law (LAWS6096) / Course / The University of

(4 days ago) In Child Law students study the law and the social context of the law as it impacts upon children. It builds a foundation for the study of specific laws (child protection, and juvenile justice law) by exploring human rights, social and legal perspectives. It considers broader legal …

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Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

(Just Now) Changes to Law Core Courses - 2020. From 2020, the following Law core courses have been replaced as listed below: LAWS1001A and B replaced with LAWS1010 legal System and Method I and LAWS1020 Torts I; LAWS2001A and B replaced with LAWS2030 Criminal Law and Procedure and LAWS4001 Consitutional Law

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Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

(Just Now) Changes to Law Core Courses - 2020. From 2020, the following Law core courses have been replaced as listed below: LAWS1001A and B replaced with LAWS1010 legal System and Method I and LAWS1020 Torts I; LAWS2001A and B replaced with LAWS2030 Criminal Law and Procedure and LAWS4001 Consitutional Law

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Bachelor of Biomedicine / Bachelor of Laws (Honours)

(3 days ago) The Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree meets the academic requirements needed to gain admission to the practice of law in New South Wales. As well as providing the academic basis for admission to legal practice, law is now regarded as a useful general education, fostering understanding of how society functions, and developing skills of

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Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Diploma of Legal Practice

(7 days ago) Law on the Beach and the summer placement program takes place between January and February. Students may submit an expression of interest if they wish to undertake the summer semester and Law on the Beach. There is a quota on the number of students who can undertake the summer semester.The University of Newcastle Legal

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Bachelor of Psychological Science / Bachelor of Laws

(3 days ago) Students wishing to practise Law must also complete postgraduate professional training approved by the Legal Profession Admission Board. Alternatively, students completing this degree may apply for entry to the Bachelor of Laws/Diploma of Legal Practice program which allows immediate admission to legal practice on graduation.

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Authorised law reports

(5 days ago) Unauthorised law reports are a legitimate record of court decisions. They are generally faster to publish as they have not been through the same rigorous review process as authorised reports. Legal editors summarise the key points and assign catch words. Examples: Australian Law Reports and the Federal Law Reports. Australian authorised law reports

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Master of Laws (LLM) / Degrees / The University of

(8 days ago) Study Law. The Master of Laws program (LLM) is designed to expand your knowledge and deepen your understanding of a specialist area of law. All courses offered within the LLM program are developed for advanced study, contain a significant research component and focus on critical thinking and critical analysis of complex legal issues.

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Law on the Beach / Faculty of Business and Law / Newsroom

(2 days ago) Law on the Beach is a student-run program and has provided free legal advice to hundreds of clients in a highly accessible and atypical setting. This practical program is one of the many ways the Law School develops experienced, sought-after legal graduates while at the same time providing a vital community service.

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Journal articles

(3 days ago) Journal articles provide information more current than that found in a book. Legal journal articles will identify recent developments in the law. They provide a comprehensive overview or analysis of a specific area of law including any relevant commentary, case law or legislation on the topic. Journal articles are usually brief, concise and to

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Find case law commentary

(7 days ago) What is legal commentary? Secondary sources of law describe, summarise, explain, analyse or critique the law and are collectively referred to as legal commentary.; Assist in locating and understanding the relevant primary sources of law (case law and legislation) by often providing references to leading cases and key legislation on specific legal topics.

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Fo der Law: U.S. N Se Forging A World Of Liberty Under Law

(4 days ago) der Law: U.S. N ational Se curity In T he 21st Centur y G. Jo hn Ikenberr y and Anne-Ma rie Sl aughte r, Co-D irector s. FORGING A WORLD OF LIBERTY UNDER LAW U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY G. John Ikenberry and Anne-Marie Slaughter, Co-Directors September 27, 2006 The Princeton Project Papers

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Minor in Teaching Legal Studies at UON, Australia

(5 days ago) The Law and Its Agents: You will also study the various agents that are tasked with writing, reviewing and enforcing the law, as well as the contexts in which they operate. Your courses will examine legal infrastructure from the ground up, focusing on agents including police, magistrates, local councils and …

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THE NEWCASTLE LAW REVIEW

(2 days ago) natural law in the light of historical catastrophe and dispossession, with the concept of national unity.2 7. As Frank Brennan SJ AO noted in his 2006 Stephen lecture, following that important ceremony, Sir Ninian and Lady Valerie made frequent visits to remote Aboriginal and

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Fast tracking study with intensive courses / Student

(3 days ago) After completing her undergraduate degree – where she discovered a keen interest in both human resources and law – she ventured into the professional world as a HR Assistant in a law firm. “It was a wonderful learning experience and made me realise I was passionate about the role employment law has within human resources,” Emma said.

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Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Laws (Honours) / What

(7 days ago) Why study business and law? With businesses and corporations subject to extensive regulation, a law degree is a highly valued and useful asset within the business sector. Many large companies employ in-house lawyers to provide specialist legal advice.

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Program handbook / Master of Laws (LLM) / Degrees / The

(7 days ago) Used in conjunction with your Program Handbook, it is designed to be used as an enrolment guide. You can track your progress by ticking off the courses you have completed and plan your current and future enrolment. 2015-2016 Program Plan M Laws 12333.pdf 852.5 KB. 2018 Program Plan - M_Laws_12333_2018.pdf 704.6 KB.

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Law Reform Commission reports

(8 days ago) Law Reform Commission reports. A Law Reform Commission discussion paper or report provides a comprehensive analysis of the present laws as well as coverage of its historical development. Provide an extensive examination of proposed reforms. Key case law, legislation and journal articles will be referenced allowing further insight into the topic.

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Associate Professor Amy Maguire / Staff Profile / The

(8 days ago) Dr Amy Maguire is an Associate Professor, Deputy Head of School (Research) and the Indigenous Student Liaison at the University of Newcastle Law School. She is an active commentator on international legal and human rights issues. In 2016, Amy was awarded the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Early Career Researcher of the Year at the University of

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