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Reviews

Straightforward foundational course for all law students. Would have liked more focus on developing legal study skills.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

This subject is fairly easy to ace. However, the 2 hr seminars are a waste of time. I had Kevin the convenor and he went off topic so much everything just lacked structure. The content is easy but a lot of the time I was left confused because things were so disorganised. I would stick to learning off the textbook and looking at past papers for the final exam.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Very chill unit with lots of support. Chance for you law students to quit being pretentious/thirsty for marks and learn.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Really straightforward unit. It can be a little confusing though if you've never studied legal studies. The tutors are really encouraging though and the fact that you can re-submit assignments is great.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Very simple

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Interesting unit that is a non stressful introduction to basic areas in law and essential research skills. Bit confusing with readings as the readings matched up with lectures but tutorials based on completely different content. Otherwise very good. Literally don't need to go to one lecture or tutorial (although very worthwhile to go). Just pass the assignments and you're fine. Overall good lecturers and interesting, engaging tutorials.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

LAW115 was a relatively relaxed unit as it is not graded. Either you get a satisfactory or unsatisfactory. This unit required mostly minimal effort in terms of readings which were not discussed during tutorials. The assignments could be time-consuming however such as the hypothetical task and the case note. I encourage incoming students to consolidate and grasp as best possible all the law skills you learn from writing a case note, foundational concepts and getting your head around the AGLC3 Method. The fact that you could resubmit I think is quite an effective learning method as unlike other subjects, it genuinely means you can make improvements from mistakes which is extremely important for a foundational unit like LAW115.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This semester onwards apparently you are only allowed to resubmit your assessments twice instead of the usual 3 times. This was a bit discouraging, but as long as you take all feedback into account and ask your tutor about any doubts you have you should be fine! It's a good subject to get the basics of law down before you move onto serious subjects like Contracts and Torts.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Really important to follow feedback on assessments. A really good skill developing unit. However it is intense and demanding. As it is pass/fail you cannot expect to make up for one assessment on another. It is vital to keep on top of submissions and resubmissions. If its your first ever semester at uni it is a huge shock- the workload as well as the fact that not everything is spelt out to you. I found it quite overwhelming but it is very achievable to pass because of its pass/fail nature. Overall though it is a unit that develops essential skills and foundations and the tutors are all there to help.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

I found the structure of this unit overwhelming and the tutorial discussions never met up with the lecture topics, so I didn't bother with them. Overall there is too much pressure on students to get 100% for each assessment item. I basically skipped lectures and attended tutes where I thought I may need extra help. The assessments are made up of quizzes, group work, a hypothetical and other small tasks. I found that there were too many assignments and too many resubmissions. In my opinion, it would have been sufficient to do 2 quizzes, the hypothetical and the group presentation. Tip: don't let them scare you into thinking you'll fail. start assessments early and be prepared for resubmissions over tiny things. This unit was the second worst unit I've done so far.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014