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Reviews

Fantastic subject. Gives a great introduction to the key controversies and players in jurisprudence. Of course, it is a compulsory subject, but one which you will enjoy if you approach issues from a theoretical perspective. Rote learners will hate it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013