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Reviews

I didn't enjoy this subject at the beginning, but once you do a few of the lectures (really try not to fall behind - it's terrifying) and participate in tutorials, you can begin to understand it better and do well in it. It is harder without getting proper slides - the best way to do some of the lectures is to play it very slowly so that you get all that the lecturer is saying - provided you do decent notes, you'll be able to do the multiple choice exams pretty well. I found that I enjoyed the later lectures more than the earlier ones, so stick with it!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

I really enjoyed the critical thinking that arose out of questioning the content in LAW208. The assessments are very much based on reflective writing and thinking about the type of lawyer you would like to be in the future. I would suggest actively participating in tutorials and keeping up to date with readings and notes as the multiple choice in the final aspect of the exam is a bit deceiving. Good luck!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014