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H2A Law in Society (SOLS10001) Essential Subject Notes

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High-quality subject notes created from key readings and twelve weeks of lectures. Key case studies,...

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Law in Society H2A Notes

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Extensive and Complete Notes from Law in Society 2016. Covers the theories and concepts of law a...

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Law in Society lecture notes Note: does not contain lectures 1, 2, 9, 12

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Reviews

Topics were interesting however the subject was poorly coordinated and difficult to do well in. A lot of the feedback given on assignments was unclear and unspecific which made it difficult to improve grades

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

The subject is interesting and eye-opening. It engages a lot with theories about power and it is a good opportunity to learn about controversial topics.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

A really eye-opening subject, the lecturers were great and the content was super interesting! You really dig deep to understand the effect that power (through law) has on how society functions. This subject has a reputation of being hard to score well in (bit of a step up from CRIM10001), but I think it’s worth it :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

I highly recommend this subject to those interested in law, criminology, politics, history, or even those who simply have a broad interest in how society functions. This subject was really thought-provoking and our lecturer, Juliet, was simply amazing! That said, essay feedback could be slightly unclear.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Great subject, loads of interesting content (although sometimes the readings were heavy) and the tutorials were really useful, especially discussing topics that might be included in an assessment

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

A brilliant and intriguing first year subject for those who want a taste in criminology, law, sociology or politics with challenging content and engaging tutorials. The discussions and debates during class was an eye-opener for everyone with no simple solution to any of the topics covered. However, the subject could be coordinated better and this is not an easy subject to score an H1 in.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

So far the best subject I've done. Every week, we were presented with difficult concepts to swallow, but so so rewarding to learn about and understand. I hate to say it but I feel much more woke after this subject. Claire was quirky and adorable and very clearly cares about what she teaches and I wish I had the courage to approach her and thank her for creating a big interest in the way law and harm operate. I would highly recommend this subject, it was overall very interesting, rewarding and you will probably do well (if you care about subjugated people).

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

This year I have gained the most valuable lessons from this subject. The lecturer, Claire, has been outstanding, funny, brilliant, wise and a very effective communicator. Law in society has opened my eyes to the way the liberalism and law cooperate, and has given me the ability to hold two totally opposing thoughts about the world in my head and appreciate the value of each thought. I would highly recommend this subject if you're intending on majoring in criminology, sociology or politics.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

I highly recommend this subject to those interested in law, criminology, politics, history, or even those who simply have a broad interest in how society functions. This subject was really thought-provoking and our lecturer, Juliet, was simply amazing! That said, essay feedback could be slightly unclear.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Loved this subject. Explores many interesting topics of law and how it functions in society. Would recommend to anyone thinking of doing Criminology or Law. Great first year subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016