Monash

Semester 2, 2017


LAW4129 - Detailed 'Law and Discrimination' Notes

54 pages

33,000 words

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Description

These notes are everything you need for the subject!! They show a detailed 'step-by-step' process on how to answer exam questions, including case facts. Countless hours went into these notes and I don't think you would be able to find better.

I completed the subject in Semester 2 2017 and obtained a score of 73.

The topics covered in these 'Law and Discrimination' notes are:
- Legal Basis of Anti-Discrimination
- Direct Discrimination (including identifying standing, the stipulated activity in a stipulated sphere, the protected attribute, the comparator, the less favorable treatment, the complainant, the comparator is not materially different, the defences, the exemptions and the remedies)
- Sexual Harassment (including identifying whether it applies and how to satisfy the required elements)
- Reverse Discrimination (including arguments in favour and against this policy and identifying the position in Australian law)
- Indirect Discrimination (including identifying standing, the stipulated activity in a stipulated sphere, the protected attribute, the condition or requirement, whether the condition disadvantages people with the protected attribute, whether the condition is reasonable, whether the complainant complies with the condition, the defences, the exceptions and the remedies)
- The Sex Discrimination Act (in relation to both direct discrimination and indirect discrimination)
- The Disability Discrimination Act (in relation to both direct discrimination and indirect discrimination)

Author

Rebecca

Campus

Monash, Clayton

Member since

December 2012