Semester 1, 2016

Private International Law: All you need for the exam!

70 pages

17,093 words




Let's face it: Private International Law is a difficult, content-heavy subject that doesn't always have the best teachers. There is a lot to get your head around, and the exam is always very difficult.

But you don't need to worry about that with these notes, which I used to get 80 in my exam. They clearly set out everything you need to know--and nothing that you don't--in clear simple English using a colourful and easy-to-navigate format.

--Extracts of key legislation, so you have everything you need in one spot
--Summaries of the principles from key cases. Don't waste your time with complex fact scenarios, you just need to know the principle to apply it to the exam.
--The key principles from each subject, just what you need to know, rather than a complicated look at every historical development and dissenting opinion
--I've also thrown in a bonus set of number-coded exam scaffolds, which are also sold separately